Motel 6 San Rafael
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... to the hotel and it was really cold - getting us ready for New York.
Caught the cable cars, which run right outside our hotel. Most of the time they are pretty hard to get onto and you are packed in like sardines.
Interesting fact: A lot of the waterfront is landfill and they recently discovered there are about 30 ships from the gold rush era buried under the streets here.
... Built in the Beau Arts style in 1892, it has a big clock tower designed after a 12th C. bell tower in Seville, Spain and the entire length is based on an arched arcade. Well-built, it survived both the 1906 and the 1989 earthquakes. The later earthquake destroyed the elevated Embarcadero freeway built in the '50's that cut off the waterfront in this area and it was ...
... the docents said, unlike seeing art in a regular art museum, the collection represents the particular interests of one person. That house must have seen some fabulous parties as he and his wife became the patrons and friends of the artists whose work they collected. The grounds are also a wildlife preserve so the surroundings are gorgeous. Do visit if you are ever in the area.
... overweight fees when I finally roll home.
For a refugee from winter (ok, I know we have not really had WINTER on the west coast), the weather could not have been more perfect since I arrived - pretty much in the low to mid-20's. So good to feel the sun again, wear light clothes and walk around in bare feet. However I am trying to be happy about the 90% chance of rain forecast for Tuesday as the drought here is very worrisome. Although Marin is not as yet on mandatory ...
... pennies to eat, but it was all a front anyway. The meat thing is similar to what happens today, only I doubt it runs out.
To describe it, it's a bit like a Toby Carvery crossed with a greasy spoon cafe. You join the food queue first, tell the guy what you want, and armed with a piled high plate, you then go find a seat. Everything comes with a fresh bread roll. It was an ...
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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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