TripAdvisor Reviews Biltmore Hotel San Francisco
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... has all the original features: fireplace, mantle, mouldings and ceiling rose. It's a 100 metres from Haight St and 100 metres from Ashbury St. Half a block. On Page St. Knee-deep in hippies, and stuck in 1965. Unbelievable. A treat to be somewhere so different from the rest of the world. Haight-Ashbury, trapped in time. We booked here just for the heck of it. It's fun. The house belongs to an Indian Indian couple whom we met when they got back from work. They've been here twenty ...
... s to get some burgers and pizza, perfect way to end the day
Next we were up early to hit an amazing diner, fantastic French toast, pancakes and all the trimmings! We said our goodbyes to Ross (thank you for a great stay in a eco house) and we went onto Lake Tahoe. Stunning mountain, lakeside and cabin views the whole way! We went for a hike along Emerald Bay. It truly was the most beautiful walk ever with ...
... when he leaves the boat in Singapore.
Dad is still having a top time; we’re very much doing our own things during the day, I’m often chatting to people and dads going to seminars and shows. I spend a lot of my time now with an Aussie called Peter, he’s an ex-headteacher in is early 60’s who’s probably one of the coolest people I’ve met on this trip thus far, he has a very young soul and a lot of the time we spend ...
... following morning it's a little foggy but this soon burnt off and we boarded the ferry to Alcatraz with thousands of other tourists. We spent the next few hours rambling through prison cells and buildings learning of the islands infamous past and inmates. Very informative. Back on dry land we lunched at Fishermans wharf while watching the sea lions perform in the harbour. ...
... breakfast, in the Hilton, courtesy of Toral's loyalty card amassed from her life as a travelling consultant, we jumped into the car and headed for Yosemite National Park. On the way, sighting, what we thought were mirages from our childhood, zebras. It turns out, the man made famous by the film Citizen Cane, an old black and white movie regularly rated the best movie of all time, that neither of us had seen, had a mansion on top the hill. With it, a zoo, after he passed, the ...
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