Carl Hotel

Address: 198 Carl St, San Francisco, California, 94117, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Alamo Square area of San Francisco, is near Conservatory of Flowers, Grateful Dead House, Red Vic, and Buffalo Exchange.
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      Travel Blogs from San Francisco

      There’s gold in them thar hills!

      A travel blog entry by spoonball on Dec 17, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... there are five groups of 30+ who mix and match, and the fact that we are only together for five days. My concerns played out. Although we met many very nice and interesting people, as we always do on Tauck trips, I found that there was not as much bonding as there usually is. So much so that, when Tour Director Nicole passed around the list for folks to submit their emails voluntarily for a group list, only half the group gave up their emails. I ...

      15 November Back to the USA - a culture change

      A travel blog entry by handh on Nov 16, 2014

      30 photos

      ... Whitcomb on Market Street which was to be our home for the next 4 days, we set off to tour the city on foot taking in the centre, Union Square, Chinatown and the waterfront. The waterfront used to be docks, piers and a fishing port but today is largely turned over to tourism. Here seafood outlets abound, these having passed down through the generations of formally fishing families. The wonderful view of the harbour, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz was enhanced by a ...

      Teddy bears picnic

      A travel blog entry by getcracken on Nov 01, 2014

      5 comments, 19 photos

      ... one fifth of western USA, which drains water. The water in the basin is from the Colorado and other rivers, and it's only escape is evaporation. The lake has natural springs below the ground which push up calcium rich spring water into the lake water. The calcium combines with the carbonates in the lake water to form calcium carbonate which is limestone. These limestone deposits are called Tufas and look like stalactites....they are very hard and sharp....go have a ...

      They move like fairies.

      A travel blog entry by rebspa on Oct 04, 2014

      12 photos

      ... and the kids in their unorthodox holiday pjs sitting in bed reading and playing ipads. After a bit more general lethargy we headed out for a Saturday night looking around the pier. For the first time tonight, it was cool and we had to return to get jackets. It was extremely busy and by the time we got around to thinking about dinner everywhere good had a 1-2 hour wait so we ended up eating at the same fish and chips place from last night. ...

      Coastal Exporers

      A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Oct 01, 2014

      ... York.
      After the post office, we walked back down to Fisherman's Wharf to see if we had missed anything cool in previous visits. We bought a few more bits and pieces, and also had lunch at a place called 'Rainforest Cafe.' That place seriously goes all out, with robotic animals, themed food, and decorations that honestly make you feel like you 'aren't in Kansas anymore.'
      The funniest part was that I had ordered a dish called 'The ...