BridgePoint Inn

Address: 3255 Geneva Avenue, Daly City, California, 94014, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3255 Geneva Avenue, Daly City, is near Bernal Heights, Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, College Cove, and San Bruno Mountain.
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Travel Blogs from Daly City

Welcome to "The Rock"

A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 26, 2015

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... which translates as "The Island of the Pelicans". It's surprising to know that despite the many birds that do nest on Alcatraz, there are no pelicans amongst them!

Alcatraz has since had a colourful and mixed history serving the Army as a fortress (1858-1933) and military prison (1861-1933), and the Department of Justice as a maximum-security federal penitentiary (1934-1963).

Arriving at Alcatraz Island, I was one of the last to disembark. Fortunately when ...

Mission District, San Francisco

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Nov 22, 2014

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We did some shopping - ordering our custom made San Francisco Converse shoes - very cheap too!! We then went straight for dinner at a local Mexican restaurant that was very classy. I had slow cooked rice, muscles, clams, scallops, prawns and octopus. Was delicious!! Can you tell i still love my food and like to try anything.

Urban safari tour.

A travel blog entry by mustang31 on Sep 04, 2014

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... this fort and filled it with everything needed to endure that the people of San Francisco were kept safe in war. This fort was never used. It never got to see any war. It now plays host to many tourist and the gusty wind that comes roaring through the Bridges entrance. We then made our way up the hilly. I mean extremely hilly streets to the really hilly twin peaks. This is a great viewing area of San Fran. The views go way out across ...

Fog, ferries and felons

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2014

... for being set at an insanely steep gradient, before hiking back up towards the top of the city. Eventually, we stopped for the best pizza in the neighbourhood, a real spit and sawdust place on the corner of our street. It was delicious!

We then boarded the tram to San Francisco's gay quarter - The Castro. Here, unlike in other gay areas I have visited, it doesn't feel like an area where people were ghettoised. This feels like a place that is proud of its heritage. A ...

Night 22: Golden Gate

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 14, 2014

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... was strange. It had nice kitchen sinks with sprayer hoses which was good for washing bottles. It really was unlike most places. Andrew and I admired many photos of fish caught by guests. We were only a few blocks from the harbor so it makes sense it's a common sportsman campground. There was even a business that operates around here that those guys might be into. You rent an RV trailer and they park it wherever you ask. We drove into town and caught the ...