Days Inn Pinole / North Berkeley
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Pinole / North Berkeley
Travel Blogs from Pinole
... navigating the tight turns carefully. At the bottom we joined another throng of photographers for shots from a different angle. All good fun. We then walked down the hill to Columbus Street so we could have dinner at one of the Italian restaurants we had seen lining the street in this Italian neighbourhood - North Beach. We got a table outside on the footpath at 'Piazza Pellegrini', which seemed full of locals which we took as a good sign. Nice to sit with a glass ...
... where there seems to be a lot of cool bars and places to eat (bulk Mexican
food) but being 8-9pm on a Friday night the places were absolutely packed. As I had a full day I decided to just head home for a shower and bed. 1 thing I realized is the fact I ate nothing all day and haven’t had a drink since the early part of my flight, which makes me
... ran to be first in the new lines...in other words, we all had self-preservation on our minds. All sense of manners pretty much disappeared along with our hopes of getting to Peru before Friday.
We eventually got our hotel vouchers but then there was the wait for the hotel shuttle, and then the wait to check in with the poor, overloaded desk staff. We finally got to a room shortly after 4am. We took a couple valium to ease our pain and promptly passed out.
... but at least we can now say we ate in a diner. We then continued to walk down the Hype Pier and check out some of the old boats and a view back towards the Golden Gate Bridge, along with the view of Alcatraz. I then talked Will into buying a few shirts for himself, he really hasn't bought himself much on this trip. We then walked along the shops towards the wharf before then turning and ...
... which were badly damaged or lost entirely. We also visited the Ferry Terminal, which is like the Grand Central Station of ferry terminals. It was built in the late 1800s and used to be a thoroughfare for 50,000 people every day. The completion of the famous bridges during the thirties reduced the city's reliance on ferries and made traffic in the terminal a bit lighter. It is now home to a beautiful market, both fixed and farmers. We ended up returning a second ...