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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... enormous difference. I also learned that swirling the wine around the glass actually helps you to read the alcoholic content of the wine by observing its "legs". To try this at home (red or white), swirl your wine around the glass and hold it up to the light. The "legs" will drizzle down the sides of the glass. The closer the legs are together, the higher the alcohol content. Now there's a useful lesson!!! Now you too can look like a pompous ass at ...
The final day started about 6.30am, up and showered. We all did the final pack away of our tents and camping equipment. I think we all had feeling of sadness at this. In the van by 7.30am for the final leg of our journey across America. 5300 miles In the van never felt long or boring. We had several stops on the way to San Fran, Luke wanted to get some JD to take home, Emily had to pop to staples and we stopped at Trader Joes for cookie butter stock. Lunch was at ...
... that day. There were 7 of us in total, me and three couples. They were all really interesting and lovely people. Ron and Marva were from Albany (Above NYC) and very kindly gave me their contact details in case I needed anything whilst over on the east coast, Gail and Stewart were from Perth and Don and Linda were from Illinois. I sat near to Ron and Linda on the train and we soon got chatting. We talked for the whole journey there and it was very enjoyable - it must have been ...
... to JapanTown another time when we're close to our hotel. So we took his advice and got a tram to Fishermans Wharf and we could see where we need to go to meet the kids for our Alcatraz visit on Sunday. We had a fairly long walk along the waterfront, and it was very busy. We went and had a look in the Boudin bakery which Alan and others had recommended, and then went to look at Applebee's, which Sally and Sam Lim recommended and ended up having lunch there. It was ...
... of a way to accomplish that than to travel.
I'd have to say that living in the Bay Area provides for countless day trips, quick overnight vacations, and limitless transportation. I love it. In high school I used to look out the window during class and watch the planes take off from SFO. Just think, for every airplane you see in the sky (and living in the home town of SFO, I see a lot), there are dozens of people about to embark ...