BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Hayward
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... park. By this time the sun was shining, we had a wander through the Japanese Gardens, before jumping on a bus back home. We decided to wander down to pier 39 to experience some of the famous seafood. We at at Fog Harbour, which we had a 15% off voucher for. I got seafood linguine which was incredible, I would almost go as far as saying it was almost as nice as mine Haha! We had a noisy at the sea lions snoozing on the pier before heading back. Again the most uncomfortable ...
We had another sleep in, awoken by housekeeping knocking on the door. We got ourselves up and ready before heading out the door and down towards another route on the cable car. We headed Brough Chinatown and took some snaps before finding the cable car and jumping on. We were only the second couple on which was good. There was plenty of room for us to enjoy the view. We hopped off along the Powell ...
... from the United states you will get through security more quickly should you wear fall-on shoes. Given that you must remove your boots when going through protection it is advisable to possess shoes that could come off and carry on swiftly so that you can recover your other possessions quickly. If you want to get away your day-to-day program and not have to worry about anything at all, you should consider going to a vacationer holiday ...
... there are hundreds of thousands of Chinese living in China town (apparently the largest concentration of ex-pats from China), Russian Hill is no longer a distinctly Russian precinct and does not look particularly Russian. We drove over some of the cable car lines on streets so high you would be practically mountain climbing to get up them (we should know, as a day later we decided to mountain climb California Street). Interestingly, ...
... it to the end of the line at Market Street ($24) just south of Union Square where we did a little bit of shopping. I had my first ever Sephora visit and I liked it. Evan and Darcy waited outside. A lady kindly spilled a bottle of perfume all over my leg so I smell amazing. We followed that up with a visit to the three story Old Navy shop. It was fantastic and we bought approximately 593 things for $20 (although I may be exaggerating). We then caught the old school electric tram ...