Dinah's Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... Next we hike up the hill (why are there ALWAYS hills?) to Coit Tower, which to me sounds like three quarters of a naughty word. The 210 foot Coit Tower is designed in the shape of a fire-hose nozzle in a hats-off to the SF firefighters who battled blazes during the 1906 earthquake fires. It looks like a large penis, but the views are quite spectacular.
Next we again get to go down (and down and down) multiple flights of stairs, emerging at the base near the Levi headquarters. ...
If you are receiving this then you have the dubious distinction of being among those who I have chosen to share my travels over the course of the next 3.5 weeks. As most of you are aware I've been planning a motorcycle adventure for some time with my son Cole and my close friend Claudio Salusso. The basic idea is to ride from San Francisco to the ...
... a complete opposite from Beijing because the park allowed me to just do nothing. I spoke with Sara about how great Beijing was for me and I had no regrets of studying abroad for a year there. Then, I stated that when it came May, it was clear that it was time for me to go back to America. Beijing will always have a place in my heart; now it is time for to move on to other things.
For a while, we chilled at the park until we decided to get French ...
... me of a courtyard for the horse and carriages in front of the castle. Grant and I found some shade in front of the church. As we sat a tour walked by, and I saw Cynthia pushing Katie. I went to join the tour and help push Katie. Grant said he was fine where he was and would call Anne to meet up with her.
Our tour guide Javier was good. He walked backwards the entire time. A lot of good information about the student life on campus. I was glad I joined ...
... offers public "behind-the-scenes" tours of the park at 10:30 am and 12:30 pm almost every day. It's one of the few ballparks in America where home runs can become "splash hits."