Dinah's Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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We left the house at 8:30 am and caught the bus........in the wrong direction; yes Barry was navigating; he had a moment before we boarded where he said" I think we want to go the other way" but the bus came and on we got. Yes it was a lovely tour of neighbourhoods IN THE WRONG DIRECTION; but I did go along with him so who am I to criticise! The bus drivers in San Francisco are sooo nice and helpful and so we were able to stay on the bus and go back from whence we came and ...
... in "the City" where you don't have to fight someone for a parking spot. We parked at Fort Point just under the Golden Gate Bridge. It's a Civil War era fort built to protect the harbor entrance of our then newest and most valuable state. The fort is an abandoned shell, four stories high . From the windy top you can get a great view if the skyline, the harbor and Alcatraz island, the Marin Headlands, and the huge container ships coming and going to China and ...
Arrived in San Francisco the same day we left around 1230pm but of course lost 16 hrs along the way. Our passage through the airport was easy we caught a taxi to our hotel. Checked in to Bay Bridge Inn without Haste Ricky happy to help. A quick and pack and we walked to Kate's apartment where she was downstairs waiting for us. Had a walk around Kate's area past the Uni where she had ...
... The boyfriend was tall with blonde hair and blue eyes. Sara truly has great taste in men.
Sara's boyfriend (I don't know how to spell his name) took us out to lunch on the Google campus. Google was hosting a lunch for high school students who took part in its visual arts contest. Some of the artwork were so cool and some will be use on the Google site. The lunch was so healthy with the veggie and meat. I was so happy to eat something healthy after ...
... was that it was a sign saying the tower was closed for some reason, but I walked up to confirm and saw that it said that the tower was open from 10 to 4, and the admission fee to the observation deck was $2.00. Just as Grant and I decided we would take up the offer, Anne and Aiya walked up to the door as well. The four of us went in together.
The acoustics in the tower lobby were fantastic, and Aiya took advantage of it with some very good whistling. ...