Country Inn & Suites by Carlson - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... lasted 5 hours and the driver as a character, but there is so much to see around San Francisco we missed out on seeing the Golden Gate Bridge in the afternoon as the fog came in really thick which made the bridge invisible to anyone.
We also stopped at the Japanese Tea Garden, Coit Tower, Twitter HQ, and many more.
The tour driver dropped us off at the top of Lombard street so we could walk down the street and then go back onto our hotel, we arrived ...
... well, including the 14-hour “The Roosevelts” series.
Duncan talked about some of the history of Yosemite, and the role Yosemite played in the establishment of the National Park system.
His talk was followed by cocktails in the museum lobby, with an opportunity to tour the current exhibit called Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House. Beautiful oil paintings (including Gainsborough ...
Today we flew from Tulsa to San Francisco. We got settled in around dinner time and headed out for the most obvious 1st meal on a California trip: In-N-Out. We spent the evening walking around Fisherman's Wharf--checking out the shops and the sea lions. Being a Friday night, there were a ton of street performers out (almost enough to outnumber the seagulls). Not much else to say about a day mostly spent on a plane, but I do have pictures to ...
... Joanne and I both looked real good behind bars. The toilet / sinks in jail looked a lot like our cabin at Pahaska Tepee Cabins. LOL The audio tour told everything about the history, prisoners and the attempted escapes. That was our day.
The fog came in last night and never burned off today so everything was hazy and it was down right cold today. We had ...
... The area became the haven for a number of the top psychedelic rock performers and groups of the time. Acts like Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin all lived a short distance from the intersection. The area still maintains its bohemian ambiance with a number of interesting restaurants and bars and clothing shop. The Farmer's Market had some really good fresh cherries for dessert.