Extended Stay America - San Francisco - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... these were pieces of rubber much much bigger than a breadbox. (Does anyone have a breadbox anymore - we had one when I grew up (said "Bread" on it) but I have never felt the need for one in my adult life.) Hitting one of these while travelling at the speed limit would do real damage. Hititng a tyre remnant I mean, not a breadbox, although that would not be good either.
8. The word "HISTORY" hand painted in huge drippy whitewash on the side of ...
... parking garage because of the carrier strapped to the top. We encountered this same issue during our last trip in downtown Boston. You'd think we would have learned...so the next half hour or so involved me climbing on top of the car and handing items down to Kat and Wren for them to put in the car. Finally we were able to remove the carrier and park our car in the garage. Whew. Now we had officially arrived.
We purchased a Go pass for the city tours, which included ...
... further than with a wine tour of the Napa Valley. Is 10.30am too early for vino?? NEVER. That was a rhetorical question by the way, I wasn't really seeking your consent ;) this is a fun + fabulous way to see Napa Valley and drive over the Golden Gate Bridge. We checked out wineries such as Mondavi and Andretti amongst many others and top the day off with an Indian banquet back near home to help some of the blood running through our alcohol stream. ...
... Diablo, which is 4000ft above sea level and sports some spectacular views. It took us a while to get there even though the entrance to the mountain is just behind Laura's apartment. The roads are windy and narrow and you have to dodge cyclists. It was well worth the drive as you can see by the photgraphs. It is hard to see in the photos but looking eastward we ...
... the bottom then walked the 200+ stairs to the top and took some more photos. We have never seen anything quite like it and I thought it was fascinating. Apparently the idea of the windy road started because it was too steep for people to walk on but I don’t think that street is any different from some of the others we have been up. The hills around San Fran are ridiculously steep. We drove up one road that seemed almost vertical. You wouldn’t catch me trying to walk ...