Crowne Plaza San Francisco Airport
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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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