Comfort Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport East
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today we headed to San Francisco to hire some bikes and explore the city. When we arrived we walked around the Fishermans Wharf which is right by the water front where Dock 39 is located with the famous Sea Lions on the floating landing stages. Afterwards we went to the bike company Rowan used to work for and hired some bikes. San Francisco is a very cyclist friendly city ...
Wow, San Francisco is cool. Everything we expected from the movies. We walked all along the waterfront, with all the piers and harbours. It goes on forever. There's a pier full of sea lions, and one for the huge cruise ships pulling in, some with great views of the Bay Bridge, and then we walked all the way past pier 39, which is the tourist pier, lots of people and restaurants, lots of artists and street performers too. We walked all the way to ...
... strolling past the Transamerica Pyramid – a bizarre yet aesthetically beautiful building with a less classy nickname of Pereira’s Prick – and down to the Pier. We started at Pier 1 and ended up at the famous Pier 39. At first, we were just two among a small yet busy crowd enjoying the afternoon sun. The highlight of this strip was an old black man sitting in a motorised scooter and dressed in incredibly expensive looking ...
... of the three escapees since. Amazingly there is still a $3.2 million reward for information leading to an arrest. So keep your eyes peeled.
We then put on our headphones for the audio tour as we wondered through the cellblock. The wonderful, evocative audio tour is narrated by former prison guards and inmates of Alcatraz. Their stories guide you around the prison and take you someway to how it felt to be inside. The regime, the characters, ...
... Just happened that he also worked a lifeguard on the Gold Coast 3 years ago.
After miles of the above riding, we were once again on a freeway making our approach to San Francisco where we negotiated the craziness of the SF traffic to find our Hotel. A quick orientation and we were doing a walk up Lombard Street, Google it and check out how steep that is.
So another big day on the road, and another night that promises a great nights sleep. ...