Extended Stay America - San Francisco - Belmont
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Ultimately life is too short.
Such revelations bought an end to our celebrity spotting and we left the waiting crowds, having seen nothing but black vans. Our time in LA had come to an end, but our American journey had only just started. Our next stop was to be the beach town of Santa Barbara before heading further north to San Francisco, but first I planned to stop at the news agents and buy every copy of Heat magazine I could, in order to see the torso of the week. . . ...
... as I am huffing and puffing too much) and we come to the top of Lombard Street. This is the world's curviest/windiest street and very entertaining to watch the cars negotiate their way down. Back and forth they go. Seems every tourist driving a car lines up to travel down this street and I can't blame them as I would too.
A walk back through the shops of North Beach and we were back to our apartment. Tired and footsore. A bath and bed sounded good!
... is doing its job to prevent upsetting children.
On the cycle there was a decent climb up to a great viewpoint with San Francisco sitting behind the bridge. We had lunch at the top. We then rode a loop through a rural area (which was completely different to the cities and desert that we had seen previously) and then came back over the bridge. On the way back we stopped at Safeway for supplies. I stayed outside with the bikes so we didn't need to lock them ...
... we arrived at Hog Island Oyster not long after. This place has become the magnet that draw Curtis and I over and over again. With tranquil (only in the morning) beautiful Tomales Bay in the back, Marshall is a beautiful place, a world away from hustle and bustle Silicon Valley, though less than 2 hrs away.
Loaded up a bag of 50 "small" oysters (those babies are huge), and a dozen of Atlantis oysters, we drove around the ...
... like a gym with a few paintings and a large mural. A security card appears and we ask her where we can find the entrance to the exhibits. She says "Oh the Riviera Diego Exhibit." and takes us back to the "gymnasium". Long story short, the only exhibit was the one we had already seen. I did some research on Diego and learned that he was a Mexican artist know for his murals of oppressed workers. The security card suggested we ...