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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Our first Amazon shipment of travel supplies arrived today. We now have maps for all of the major cities we'll be visiting. We used this brand of map on our last trip and I really liked it. The maps show little three dimensional pictures of landmarks, which really helps you to get your bearings in a new city. I'm sure mom and grandpa are laughing right now since I've always been a terrible navigator. ...
We awoke to rain today so we were glad we had the rental car. We drove around San Francisco but not to downtown as the San Francisco Giants won the World Series the night we arrived and today was the celebratory parade, with roads closed and even museums closed in that area ! So across the Golden Gate Bridge we went and on to Sausilito where we had some lunch at a little organic French cafe called Bio Sausalito 2633 Broadway; again fantastic fresh ...
... seals hiding under the pier. There were heaps of them lounging around on the beams undeterred by the swag of photographers vying for the best position. A cold beer and a quick meal had us finally on our way to SFO. Finally reaching SFO, we discovered that the nearby Napa Valley had been hit last night by a 6.1 earthquake. And Cathy had thought it was her bed rocking!!!!!! (Only joking O'Driscoll children) We are staying in the Mission District at a BnB. The area is so typical of the ...
Met Kate at her apartment and We caught Muni train to Embarcadero where we Hired three 'ride the Parks' bikes at Market Square. We rode the bikes from Market Square to the Palace of Fine Arts which was beautiful. After a quick stop at the palace we continued our journey along the Presidio to Fort Point at the base of the Gateway Bridge. We then road across the Gateway Bridge to Sausalito Had lunch at Solito's crab house where I experienced I first crab chowder in sourdough ...
... Stanford growing up. The campus was so stunning with the architecture. We walked to the bookstore, where Sara spoke with her former co-workers. She used to work at the bookstore.
Then, we walked around the campus. So many parents were there with their kids visiting the school. A lot of people were riding bikes on the campus too. I could not believe how fit people were there.
We lay on ...