Country Inn & Suites by Carlson - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the housing and volume. Each home it appeared shared a common wall there were no gardens to talk off. The Golden Gate Bridge that lite the sky like a beacon. After making our way to the Sheraton we headed out to get our bearings on to Fishermans Wharf! Boy what an eye opener people every where including the homeless, and that aroma you associate with weed! Quick late nite pizza at Boudine the home to bed, more tours ...
The day dawned in glorious sunshine ( sorry ) so Simon went for a nice long run (12k) along the Bay Walk. This time heading in the other way, Jason - I hope you have been running!
After watching some tennis and loading some blogs Myra picked S, S & L up to head into town before so we could get a park close to the wharf. Rachel had headed off earlier to explore the Castro, Mission areas and Dolores ...
... no we walked Hayes to Lombard to look at the squiggly road, up and down some more hills to look at mansions, I mean big mansions - 1 owned by Danielle Steele (author) that she bought for a cool $60,000,000 - more impressive to show the zeros. Huge homes on Nobbs Hill that put Toorak to shame.
A funny (and disappointing) Thai dinner and then home to repack ready for the tour which begins 7.30 Sunday. Goodby to SFO and our hosts Allison and ...
Despite being tired it is really hard to get a good sleep sometimes.
We woke fairly early, oh well.
Lounged a bit then off to Delessio, close to T's and they have a food by weight salad and hot food bar, sandwiches, wonderful San Francisco coffee, desserts.
T went to work for a few hours so I walked him there and kept walking to Union Square. It was beautiful out.
Brief look into a store at Westfield for a gift then off to find a bottle ...
... The road turned into a challenging but fun freshly paved masterpiece that wound it's way between fruit farms and vineyards. From there I hit the Mendocino county fair but it didn't slow me down much even though it looked like a big fair.
More vineyards that eventually gave way to redwood forest and then connected to route 1. Route 1 follows the ocean cliffs and winds through some towns that are small but less touristy and more ...