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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... the inmates! What surprised all of us was how close Alcatraz really was from the city. I guess you have to see it to believe it.
Next we went to Fisherman's Wharf for a bite to eat. It's so good there, we're going back for a proper look tomorrow. Nothing is left unexplored on this trip. We had to push through today because we had a city tour waiting for us. Yep, just us, as we finally got a private tour!
And didn't we make the most of it? We got ...
... ground, another hidden area within the city!! We walked back down through the financial district to market street, grabbed some water In Walgreens for the bus; the check out man was named chan he took a fancy to Ross, he barely said hi to me but when Ross came to the check out he couldn't get enough. Haha! We then got back to the hotel just after 9, we sat in the corridor charging our phones to pass the time. Was a little awkward but hey ho! Asked them to ring us a cab ...
... to wander with a camera in his face. It was the ultimate riding test and I needed a drink! Thankfully Sausalito was worth the madness, what a beautiful little town. After some lunch we had the hard ride back up the hill and across the bridge again. It's a tough hill with strong winds pushing you backwards, I can see why most people catch the ferry back to San Fran. Alcatraz was another highlight, very ...
It feels like I've been talking about this trip for awhile, but it's finally here! Despite the craziness that is happening in Israel at the moment, I'm really excited to travel there and experience all it has to offer in culture and history. One of my challenges will be making my way amongst the group. I have no choice, obviously, but I've always been comfortable exploring new places on my own. I know this is no place and time to mess around, so I won't! ...
... very tasty and warming for this chilly day. The good thing about this meal is that you get your chowder (fish and vegetable soup basically) in a small scooped out salt dough loaf, which you then get to eat when it's all finished. While we were eating we could hear the distant barking of the local California Sea Lions and after we finished we check them out at Pier 39, where there are half a dozen or so floating docks packed out with them. There are some interesting ...