Days Inn San Francisco International Airport West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... windy. The bridge has a reputation for swaying in the wind, both side to side and up and down. So we picked a day that had forecast little wind. Boy did we hit a great day. It was warm, sunny (no fog) and not very windy. We are fortunate to have billets that live next to a bus stop and we promptly hopped on a bus, transferred twice and arrived ...
... and we were only a few minutes away. I was imagining a massive long coastal windy road but it was literally a tiny street just one block long right in the middle of the city, called Lombard Street. It was so awesome and so random all in one. We drove down the incredibly steep and windy road, which is surrounded by bushes, flowers and trees. There were tourists everywhere, just standing all over the roads and blocking traffic... it was madness! We pulled over and took some ...
... card reading, she's brilliant, explains me spot on and even mentions some of my past, I'm impressed, I walk out and tell Jamie, this is good, you're up! Now, I was in for a good 15mins, Jamie walks out after 5, trying hard not to laugh. We head back to the van, he ain't impressed. We hit the road and start explaining what she said to us. Turns out the little scamming **** more or less told us more or less the exact same thing! Yeh she was bound to get one of us ...
After a bit of a sleep in we ventured down to the wharves agin to pickup our bikes to then cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge and down to Sausilito. After getting the bikes and helmets sorted we headed off through aquatic park at the bottom of Hyde street then through Crissy Fields area past the Marina and a stop at Fort Mason, historical ...
... place. So while Gerald and Francesca were flushing some special wine through their mouths, Claire and I enjoyed an ice-cream from the chocolate factory and walked around in Napa which so very much resembles Tuscany with its gleaming hills. We then hopped back in the car and made it to Berkeley University of California right on time for the sunset. It was awesome to explore this famous university which was also on my list of options for exchange, but the campus is not nearly ...