El Camino Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of El Camino Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews El Camino Inn Daly City
Travel Blogs from Daly City
... city and met with me at the Yerba Buena Center, where we got dinner and hung out for a bit before going to the Lamplighters production of The Pirates of Penzance.
I realize maybe this wasn't too much of a "travel" weekend, but it was still nice to hang out in the city for another weekend.
... br> and finally there was one we could go to, it was a sandwich place called Ike’s,
he didn’t do a challenge here so it’s really just a case of using the Man vs
Food website as a restaurant guide. The place itself is pretty basic but the
sandwich was absolutely ridiculous, outside of the meal in Portland it’s
probably the best food we’ve eaten. It wasn’t cheap but **** it. I shall be
... a huge number of plates (mostly the expensive ones) and full tummies, but it was very delicious. I'm not sure what a sushi joint was doing in Chinatown.
Our shuttle was at 5.00 (because it will be rush hour), ready for our flight at 9.30pm. We actually arrived at the airport at 6.00 pm. We had tried to do an online checkin, but can't as our first flight was not Air New Zealand! Bugger! What bliss to be checking in to an Air New Zealand ...
... on the south side of town just as it was opening. It's a place we've been before. It has really good grilled rockfish, which we filled our bellies with before hitting CA-1 southbound. We drove down to the beautiful Mendocino Headlands in the town of the same name. Mendocino, the town, is an old town, full of expensive real estate. They were having a music festival when we drove through. We admired the Victorian houses and the odd wooden water towers built ...
... safely back on dry land we enjoyed fish and chips down on the pier at Fisherman Wharf, with the entertainment of cheeky wrestling sea lions. These mammals were hilarious to observe. It was interesting to see how territorial they were. It was like watching Gladiators, two seals competing with one another to remain on the pontoon. All that was missing was the theme tune "Another one bites the dust". ...