Extended Stay America - San Francisco - San Carlos
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Although strategic paintball marker pens are chosen for woodsball, any model firearm can do (consisting of speedball competition form firearms). However realistic replica paintball rifles have no place in competition speedball as they are too cumbersome, heavy and slow. Competition paintball equipment and guns are to date farther broken down into supplies that's ideal for starters, intermediate or modern measure person with related deals runs. Sooner ...
... won, there was only 5 competing) contest for the best dressed for the Chocolate Ball. Check out our hats and jewelry and you will see two ladies ready for a chocolate ball. Everyone wanted to eat our hats. The chocolate was foam board I cut into squares. We had great fun with the outfits and EVERYONE took our pictures..
The entertainment tonight was Gladyes Knight. No PiPs..... See ...
... and we found it. On our way we came across a nice little market and Tom and I brought an awesome picture it is of the Pacific coast drive way (So very fitting as it is what we have just done.) After, we had seen the house we walked to a street called Lombard which was a huge tourist spot as it is said to be the most crookedest street in the world. It was pretty cool and we did have some great views of the city also saw some lovely houses on the street! ...
... up on shaky legs. After three days of waiting and unbelievable disappointment, I was more nervous than before and more determined than ever to make these next moments count. “Lindsay?” “Yes.” “What are you applying for?” “A 6 month tourist visa.” “You’re sure you’re a tourist? Not going for anything else?” Shaky hands, wobbly legs, twisting and turning stomach, rock hard resolve “Yes.” ...
... a smell of 'wacky backy' in the air, shops selling tie die clothes and "hippies" sat around on the floor and in the parks. They all seemed friendly and were doing no harm. We walked the streets looking in shops before arriving at Golden Gate Park. At this point we decided to hire some bikes to cycle around the park and head over the Golden Gate Bridge. The bikes however were no ordinary bikes, we opted for a tandem!! After a shaky start we were soon in full ...