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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... and choose what will fill up their weekend. Today was no different, except that I got to tag along and experience the other side of traveling. The local side.
After coffee on the balcony, a great place to spend every morning, we headed down the 101 to Palo Alto for their Farmer's Market, a rather large one, from what Lesley tells me. Set up in the municipal parking lot were 40or so stalls ...
... to Pacifica, not far from Belmont, but where the really beaches start. Here there are fishermen lining the municipal pier, hoping to be the one with the big catch of the day. For us, that was spotting a pod of whale passing by in the distance. The morning weather being cooler today, and the fog looming overhead, we opted out of getting our feet wet here. Back to the car, we continued on down highway 1.
... you'll really enjoy the experience. I'm sad WE couldn't take more advantage of the hotel's amenities and offerings, but there was so much WINE to be tasted! After a coffee and pastries in the lobby, a quick stop at Whole Foods for driving snacks, a walk past a few shops we had noted last night, we checked out, packed up the car, and were on our way for another day of adventure!
We discovered that the best ...
... 20 minutes. Once on the island we were met by a National Park Ranger who explained the rules: no eating, no drinking (except water) and no taking anything. We then watched a short informative video on the history of the island, from being named Alcatraz (Bird Rock), to being a fort, a military prison, national prison and now a National Park and bird protection area.
We walked up the hill to the Cell House and picked up our audio and headphone sets. This was ...
For our final day of the honeymoon we left Diane's house in the hills and headed into downtown San Francisco. In typical fashion, the city was covered in a thick layer of fog making it very difficult to take in the views. Luckily, SF is such a quick trip to Seattle, we ...