La Quinta Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... behind me, I headed back to the Inn. All-in-all, I think I covered about 23 kms today and was exhausted...and my 'buns' were burning from all those hills! I was so tired (and in hindsight a little dehydrated) that dinner was a lazy 'Burger King' Whopper! I actually felt guilty eating it, not for having a Whopper but because I couldn't muster the energy to venture out and have something San Franciscan! Needless to say, sleep came very easily...
A totally satisfying day...
... waiting at that time of day. So instead we walked right up the top of Lombard street on the way home to see the famous curvy street. That turned out to be a far steeper hike than i intended! not sure my other half saw the merit in that one ;) Dinner at Taco Bell were pretty sure we'll have sore legs after today! Feel free to leave us a comment or email we'd love to hear back from you all at home, especially if we havent already! (hint ...
... in San Francisco that I didn’t want to waste a minute, so we set out to satisfy the first of our needs: the stomach of course. Our hostel seems to be surrounded by sex shops, peep shows and strip clubs, but is just a short stroll through these places to Chinatown! So we grabbed some dumplings and fried rice for lunch --- so massive I had to doggy bag three quarters of the rice to eat later. Then we let our feet take us
... gift for story-telling. With so much time on their hands the prisoners came up with ever more ingenious ways to attempt escape. The odds were very long though many dies in their attempts, most others were swiftly recaptured. One escape remains unsolved - the 1962 attempt by Frank Morris and brothers John and Clarence Anglin, immortalised in the 1979 film starring Clint Eastwood Escape from Alcatraz. No bodies were found and no word has been heard ...
... and birds all along the coast, but the road is in great condition. The Big Sur is a range of mountains that sits just back from the coast and the 101 lies between the Pacific and that range providing spectacular twisty riding with lots to see.
Enjoyed crab sandwiches along the way and met the local beach life guard who along with preventing the assorted beach drowning etc was also tooled up with pistol, taser etc as he also is the law ...