Crowne Plaza San Francisco Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza San Francisco Airport Burlingame
PIt was a less than restful sleep. Anxious to get underway on this journey of mine. I did manage to get a little sleep in a comfortable bed. Early wake up call! Elevator too far from lobby to haul my luggage to lobby. Forgot to check status of flight before left, Delayed! Ugh! So now I sit and wait! Will write more as day progresses.
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... about a week but 3 different electronic devices each
One of the coolest things about being prepared was that we even had a chance to go to a party today! The Aethlabs holiday party was scheduled for today at 2pm and originally we thought, yeah right, we can't go! But we did go and stayed for a couple hours. Guess I have to quit my job before every trip we take :)
... top, with massive hairpieces to boot, but everything came together in the end for a great finale (that involved Snow White turning into Madonna and marrying Elvis who had not yet left the building).
It was definitely a fun night out, and I'd recommend giving it a look if you're ever in the area. Of course it was getting late when we got back to the hotel, so after a quick spot of watching TV, we called it a night. peace out from San Fransisco xo.
7/9 Coming to America It's just this small island across the pond from us but boy what an adventure getting there. I use the term adventure loosely as not quite in the same context as what huckleberry Finn went through all those years ago by the river. The day started early in Utrecht. Yes Utrecht but stay with this story. To save paragraphs of boring transport stories this is how it happened in one sentence. Train to Ajax's ...
... All in all it took four hours. The first glimpse of San Francisco was from traffic on the bridge going into the city (not the Golden Gate). Sooo many cars! We went through what seems like not the nicest part of town. Homeless on every doorstep, people crossing on red without a care in the world. When we got to our motel the first thing we saw was a big sign glaring MOTEL. It was a big cheesy but we like the place. ...
... was good because we had been invited to a rooftop barbeque organized by Airbnb. The manager of Airbnb himself organized this barbeque and wanted to see how it would work out because he would love to introduce this idea to all Airbnb users so that it will not only be about renting apartments but also about organizing dinners. We were excited for this experiment, so to speak, and with empty stomachs we walked up one of the 47 hills on which San Francisco is built and headed to ...