La Quinta Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for Andy who had to stand. Hopped off at the end of the line and visited Ghirardelli Square to buy chocolate and then walked to North Beach, the Italian area, for Iunch. After lunch (pizza for kids and minestrone with calamari for grown ups), we wandered over to the City Lights bookstore and spent a quiet half hour browsing and reading, nice and cool. Walked back through Chinatown and found the Henry Woo Woo Wong ...
... tickets, and whispered breathily, "run." She wasn't kidding as my new flight was taking off in 10 minutes and was also going to Beijing instead of South Korea. But I made it on the plane safe and sound, albeit headed to China instead of the country I was expecting. But cool, I ended up having both seats next to me empty, and was still scheduled to get into Seoul by 9 o'clock. The flight attendants were also really ...
On Monday 13th October we arrived in the big city of San Francisco. I have wanted to come here for so long and couldn’t wait to get exploring, but first things first… we had some much-needed laundry to do! So after we checked into our street side motel, north side of the Golden Gate Bridge, we found a nearby laundry and done some grocery shopping whilst we waited. We spent the night researching how best to get into the city the next day. There was a nearby ferry terminal, ...
Today I'm leaving SF. Excited to continue my trip but quite sad to leave. I'm typing this waiting in line for the car rental and since the line is insanely long it will probably be a slightly longer update than my previous ones. No idea when I will be able to actually post this. Defo not here in line, all the possible wifi's have been scanned :P Let's see, my last update was about the hike on Saturday, so it's Sundays' turn! Sunday ...
... loud they should do it in Hebrew because in 99% of the cases people will not understand them. And guess what...the camp the kids are from is a Jewish camp, one of the kids speaks fluent Hebrew bcz his parents are Israeli, and they have an Israeli counsler with them. So much for speaking in Hebrew so people don't understand.
We finished the short hike and went to the creek nearby to swim. There is a rock you can ...