TripAdvisor Reviews Commodore Hotel San Francisco
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... and 80s (including the AIDS epidemic) it was a somewhat sombre yet positive experience.
I spent a few hours wandering through some of the shops and had a late lunch in a 'trendy' cafe on Castro Street before making my way back through The Mission District.
The remainder of the evening was spent resting in my room!
Note: the pics with this entry are downloaded from Google Images!
... customs and security again. Steve was put through the xray machine, then sent back out again because he still had his money belt strapped round his middle. Then again Steve was checked with the wand for explosives. Isn't it funny how you feel nervous going through those things even though you know you haven't done anything wrong? Again through security at the boarding gate Kobi was randomly selected to be checked, and because he was under 18 Steve had to go with him behind ...
... replacement bus to Amsterdam airport, flight to heathrow, collected by British airways express transfer service (the last of any compliments about BA) and rushed to my next flight to Chicago (somehow made it), eight hour to Chicago, internal flight for four hours to San Francisco and drive to Modesto motel. All that sounds hectic but fine. Let's add the following. My express service across heathrow was efficient. My ...
... place, with idyllic views across the bay of San Francisco and what the inmates were actually being locked away from.
We made our escape a few hours later and had a late lunch on Fisherman's Wharf. The city was teeming with people as it was Labor Day. We then set off to find Chinatown. The streets were exactly as you would expect them to be from films and tv programmes. If you looked down an undulating side street you could imagine Steve ...
... a couple of presents purchased along the way... From here we were bound for Sara's in San Ramon, along the way encountering our first mega highway, just a casual sixteen lanes (going bothways that is). Upon arriving at Sara's we were well and truly in the idyllic, picturesque American community. The rest of the evening was spent getting to know Sara, her husband Marty and their son Grady, before heading off for our comfiest bed of the trip thus far.
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