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TripAdvisor Reviews Commodore Hotel San Francisco
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... gas will probably be convenient for refueling. Though tractors are impressive cars and trucks, also, they are a bigger variance from the motor vehicle, and as with all sports car, a tractor are unable to dash using a smooth wheel. A spare tire is required to alteration a smooth. A support can be placed regarding your tractor to carry an extra tire for those who want it. A lean application trailers will probably ...
... Harley store. We sent a few hours buying boots, helmets, T-shirts & even a pony tail guard! All of this you will see modelled on Day 3 when we get the bikes, be prepared! Shopping was exhausting and after a trip to the mail & lots of effort by Frank to squeeze into many pairs of shorts we decided a light lunch in Sam's Diner followed by a rest was required. The old ones over slept & ...
... Picked up my luggage and made my way to the airport pick up point by 2.30pm. After an hour of waiting for my transfer I started to worry but it turned up 25 minutes late. Airport by 4.30pm checked in and through security by 5pm I chilled with food and a drink( non alcoholic). Airport lounge 5.50pm, plane is delayed by 20mins so my american adventure finishes at 7.46pm.. Bye US of A I will miss ...
... He seemed very impressed that he was Gordon's uncle three times removed and decided to let us stay on the strength of it.
Our hotel was centrally-situated; equidistant from most of the tourist sights, without being that near to any of them. Was this a good thing?
Day 1 "Jailhouse Rock"
The next morning, armed with a 3 day bus pass we set off for Fisherman's Wharf, the historic dock area of San Francisco. Down by the sea, it ...
... asked a lady at the theatre for dining suggestions and she suggested Sam's diner on the next block and it was quite good.
The show was great with some powerful voices and basically was about berry Gordy and how he started Motown. The lady playing Diana Ross actually sounded like her. Afterwards we decided to walk home along the outskirts of Tenderloins and got home without incident. Our hotel is actually on the outskirts of Tenderloins which makes it a bit better.
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