Courtyard By Marriott Vallejo Napa Valley
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... stops themselves have clear plastic wave-shaped roofs which generate enough electricity to light the shelters at night and power the “next bus” digital signs. They also channel all excess power produced back into the electricity grid.
This is the only city I’ve been to which deems it necessary to place advertising for city services that everybody must use anyway. The buses are covered in adverts for San Francisco’s sewage system, bizarrely written in the ...
... Brendan drove us past. We drove through Billionaires Row with the most insanely priced houses.
We stopped and got some amazing photos of the Golden Gate Bridge then drove over it to Sausalito a lovely little Italian looking fishing village then up to Muir Woods to see the redwoods. Had a lovely utterly peaceful walk through the woods, it was great. From there we headed up to the Marin Headlands for ...
Instead of heading over to the TI Music Festival right away, Matt and I opted to do some exploring around SF first. Our first order of business was to try to have breakfast at Mama's. I had read a lot of great reviews about the breakfasts there and was eager to try it out. Unfortunately, the reviews were right in that they warned regardless of time of day, the waits are super long! Sure enough, they ...
... from driving directions, walking directions and public transport directions! We have Citypasses, which include free public transport in San Francisco, so we decide to use public transport to make our way to Golden Gate Park. A short walk down the road, and we catch a bus down Van Ness Avenue, before changing near Market Street to head towards the park along Haight Street. This bus is crowded, we only just fit on and its standing room ...
... no small hill. Lombard street is that world famous street which is the "windy-est street in the world" and has a great view from the top. We then walked down the street (which was equally as difficult) should have got the street trams. We picked up some lunch from Fisherman's wharf and then proceeded down the Embarcadero which is a highly touristy yet joyous street to walk down. Thats when we hit the peir 31 or 29, the number escapes me, where there is a perfect view of the ...
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