Days Inn San Francisco International Airport West
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us got soaked from the choppy waves. It was then on to the Golden Gate Bridge, approaching it you finally had that feeling the at we had landed in San Fran and a bit emotional as i saw it I knew that our trek was due to end. Sailing under was amazing although I'm happy I didn't see anyone jump which it's notorious for. As it stared to go dark the bridge was all lit up and you had an exceptionally good view of San Francisco Bay all twinkly ...
... Even seals seem to have preferred real estate and were often fighting for the prime positions on the floating pontoons. They certainly bark a lot and have an unpleasant smell.
This afternoon we walked further down the pier area and took a 60min bay cruise. This took us around Alcatraz and under the Golden Gate Bridge. Got some great photos of the fog coming in over the bridge. Okay so I didn't take the photos, ...
... great to share a few stories with the Fitch’s who had been travelling all of their lives and experienced so much. Early the next day we had to say our farewells and be on our way to our next destination, Sebastopol. Waiting for us here was Dana and Andy, the American couple we met surfing down volcanoes in Nicaragua.
These guys ...
... 8:45 a.m., which was the first boat to the island - good advantage as there were less tourists. The prison is a very cool place to visit. We listened to the audio tour which provided good information and stories along the way. A special treat for us today - there was a former prisoner there. His name was William Baker. He was there for his book signing and to answer questions. He is now 80 years old. Definitely a place to visit….even a 2nd ...
... into the restricted zone and had it out with a security guard who couldn’t even tell me exactly how to do it either LOL. We finally figured it out and rode across the bridge. It was windy and very very high up. There was a lot of noise from the cars too. Will told me later that there was a crew that worked year round to paint it nonstop! It seemed pretty rusty to me. After we crossed we rode up and down hill to a nearby town Sausalita ...