Country Inn & Suites by Carlson - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... After seeing the place I can imagine it was a very lonely experience.
On my way back down the pier I passed an old dude on a mobility scooter wearing a red velour tracksuit. I heard him coming from quite a distance. He had a boom box on the front of his scooter with a microphone plugged in and was playing really loud rap music. His contributions over the mic consisted mostly of "uh-huh" and "yeah". This guy really made me smile.
San Francisco you're so weird... but I kinda like it.
The guy from the motel, Roco, very kindly washed all our clothes and showed us the way to the closest gas station for some food so we were all set for the day ahead. Looking at the GPS the elevation looked as though it would be much easier than the day before, and we were greeted with a long 10 mile stretch of down hill to start the day. In general the land rolled up and down but it was a lot more manageable. We stopped for lunch in a place called 'Spanky's' and again we made the ...
... Island with views back to City Today caught early Cable Car to Fishermans wharf and then walked down Embarcadero to Ferry. Building and looked at market held there. Then caught ferry to Sausalito which was ver pleasant and noticed that Main Street is called Bridgeway hence why the cafe at Bridgeway is called Sausalito? After good lunch caught ferry back and walked down Market Street to ...
... attached for pooper scooping. Every bus has written on it the statute that all front seats must be released for elderly and dabbled. Very few plastic bags are used and like the warehouse you are charged 10cents for a bag (usually paper) and once again it is a statute in San Francisco. Lots of good food shops and restaurants ( but Kiwi coffee. Is still better). Automatic crossings on all streets making crossing the road safe.
I don't know where will go ...
There was another day of lots to do, so i was up at
7.40am, showered and dressed, had breakfast, read for a bit before
getting ready for the day. I left the hostel, walked down the street
to union square, purchased a new strap for my camera bag, got a muni
ticket and then headed to the station. Caught it to Irving and 9th
and walked to golden gate park. The park is a nice place to be, but i