Motel 6 San Rafael
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 San Rafael
Recently refurbished with well appointed rooms. friendly and helpful staff. Only 1 mile from Larkspur Ferry straigth into downtown San Francisco. A good place to stay.
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... tons of sea glass wash up. It was about a city block from our hotel. We arrived to find the entire beach and all it's entrances blocked off with construction fence. Apparently, the entry path is under construction so they shut the entire beach down. On to stop number two. Breakfast!
I had read about a place for breakfast called "Eggheads", right on main street in Fort Bragg. It was very good and we had a really ...
... during World War II in Baltimore. It saw action in the Pacific theater and was distinguished with nine battle stars. It was attacked 59 times, but never seriously damaged.
The Hornet also was used during the Vietnam War. Later it was the carrier in the right area to pick up the astronauts from the first two moon landings. It was on the ...
... watching mechanised scenes activated as soon as they were fed pennies, or dollars more like.
Sunday it was off to the Gospel Mission Church called Glide.The pastor was in his eighties and had been at the church some fifty years or so. The singing was great and clearly within the community the church is doing lots to integrate black and white and they are to be commended for the work they are doing with the homeless providing essential food and shelter. I was glad ...
... we didn't even know it. We could have saved ourselves the pain of parking and paying the seven bucks to hike the trail just by starting on the other side. And it would have taken two minutes to walk there from the cabin.
My mind slightly blown, I started running along the few different trails that expanded from Ocean View. One only went half a mile out, and then the other I found was about two miles long and went straight ...
... After checking in, we went for a walk to Pier 39, next to Fisherman’s Wharf. The temperature had fallen to 67F, the wind was picking up, and I was glad I had my windbreaker (much preferred to 98F)! We walked and looked around. We saw magnet stores, a “lefty” store, La Beastro (pet-centric souvenirs), several seafood “eateries” and restaurants, candy stores, jewelry stores, the obligatory ...