Days Inn San Francisco Downtown/Civic Center Area

Address: 465 Grove Street, San Francisco, California, 94102, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Hayes Valley area of San Francisco, is near Pioneer's Monument, Buu, Timbuk2 Store, and Bulo Women.
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      Riding the Rails

      A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 30, 2015

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      ... tour of San Francisco’s creepy past, beginning with the Gold Rush era and ending in 1907 with an actual murder on Alcatraz and the shows are based on real San Francisco history and legends featuring sinister characters including Miss Piggott, the Wild West saloon owner, and the infamous crimper, Shanghai Kelly.

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      To celebrate our first week in the U.S we caught the bus to the coast to embark on our mission of a trek. According to Fitbit today we did just under 30,000 steps which was just under 20km, San Fran has a lot of hills. My feet hurt. The first exciting thing for the day was a chihuahua carrying a banana bigger than its head and a human poop at the bus stop. The dog was adorable, the poop was gross. We made friends on the bus with an old local of Yosemite National Park who has ...

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      ... swirling waves. Not far from the lighthouse was a large fort with pillboxes and spots where cannons had been I. The past. At the time I had no idea why they had them as I have no memory of any battles involving San Francisco. At Alcatraz we learnt there were 3 forts built in the early 1900s designed to provide a triangle defence of the harbour in case they were attacked. No cannon was ever fired... Six flags discovery Kingdom, Vallejo (30mins drive from San Fran). Andrew needed a ...


      A travel blog entry by hicksfamily on Oct 03, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... the years of its operation. We entered several cells including solitary confinement, and in the darkness with the inmates voices in your ears, it felt very creepy. Just to be standing inside the walls of Alcatraz is quite disconcerting, but very memorable. The tour takes 45 minutes and covers most of the jail itself, and following that we went to the gift store, where a previous Alcatraz inmate - William Baker - was ...