Comfort Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport East
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Grand Canyon to write up but have caught up with the rest. This blog. What a rod I dreamed up to beat myself with. Footnote by Amanda The San Francisco Ballet, performing Don Quixote at the War Memorial Opera House ( built in 1936) was superb, I managed to get a ticket online last night and sat next to a delightful couple from San Diego who'd been to London a few years ago and said it was their favourite city. The performance was magical and ...
... the bloody hills that SF is famous for? I'm sure my friends who are gym-junkies or have their own personal fitness businesses, would argue that you need more than walking up hills to get 'buff'!!
While there was definitely a warm 'buzz' around these areas (and the occasional waft of marijuana - medicinal only of course...LOL) it was noticeable that SF was definitely a city that lived up to it's reputation. Despite this, the streets ...
... we would love to go and choose our lunch and the others all followed, some even seemed happy about it but unfortunately none of them ever give her any positive feedback.
As we approached San Francisco we hit heavy traffic and the last 90 minutes were a crawl over the Bay Bridge, with the aircon playing up in the van. We got back to the starting hotel by 5pm and said our goodbyes. Amanda gave us a link to the company survey where we can rate every aspect ...
... color. And the beers... they were delicious! Anyone visiting the area with a love for sour beers should make it a must do on their list.
We headed back to Quentin's after enjoying a couple beers where we got ready to head out for the night. Quentin drove us back into the city where we made a stop at a bar in the top of the Marriott overlooking the city lights. We had one drink there near the windows on a relatively clear night, so we could see a ...
... a small table intently playing poker...the women playing Majong....there is an air of secrecy about. when we returned to the car we passed a couple dozen women all doing what I would call C hi ewe Tai Chi-like aerobics...all ages and natural abilities. One of favorite places on the planet since I was a very young child is the Japanese Teagarden In Golden Gate Park in SF. It actually appears to be one of the places that has changed very little in over 50 years. Now one must go ...