La Quinta Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Bolivian Vegan Cuisine
Not sure to expect with this one but pleasantly surprised. Loved the colourful folk decor, cave-like bar area Tapas style we had something ???? that looked like meatballs but not meat, some fantastic Kale chips. Not the normal tapas experience - get the feeling that this is a remnant of the 'age of aquarius' - all about nurturing good vibes, good music and good people and food as ...
... that there is a real bohemian vibe...lots of artists, writers, creatives here. People are very open and keen to engage you in conversation, particularly when they realise you are from Australia and different to what they're used to. It's really fun. It is also a very easy city to navigate. We have based ourselves in Union Square, which is a fantastic location: very central to shopping, eateries, coffee places, the cable car base and ...
... Mexican community in LA. We saw one of the first homes built and walked around the little Mexican market. It was like a little Mexico right in the heart of LA a huge metropolis. We stopped for a photo at the LA city hall which is the building used in the original superman movie as the daily planet building. We then headed to star studded Hollywood for lunch and walked the Hollywood stars we found so many famous actors and actress stars, you could walk for hours and still be walking ...
... so that was good.
We were able to check in upon arrival which was great - since it was only around noon. We dropped off our bags and hit the ground running! With a beautiful sunny day and temperatures around 18 degrees, we explored around the Fisherman’s Wharf area. Of course, Mom found a few stores and helped out the San Francisco local economy…and it’s only Day 1. Haha. ...
... school booth seats, duke box and staff wearing aprons, just like in Happy Days ;)
We went for a walk down to the famous pier 39, full of tourists but has a really nice little beach just near it. Great wandering on the non-tourist jetties which look out to Alcartraz, which at $100 each, we didn't bother with going to!! Also a great view of that bridge. It was very cool. We went to the local park and found another Natural History Museum. We looked ...