Extended Stay America - San Francisco - San Mateo - SFO
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and friends. Many latkes were consumed on many Hanukahs. I was a college Professor. Ed built a cancer center.we lost both of our moms to cancer. Joe died of heart disease at 49 years of age. Justin got married. Dan and Kelli welcomed Maya into our family. We lost Boots kitty. We adopted LouSeal. The Giants won three World Series. I understand now what Ed was trying to get across to me last night while I reminisced.....we LIVED. We built our history. We got married ! ...
... street art, although we realized it was a dangerous area - even police don't recommend it. I told my mum the night before we were planning on heading there. Lets say, mum being mum, well i woke up to a very long message saying "maybe you and Carol should do some more research and talk about it, maybe reconsider going there". With a lot of links with reviews on how dangerous the area is. Mum never said not to go, however she was very stern about the dangers we may face. Carol and ...
... room for a freshen up before checking out somewhere for dinner. I fancied a steak but after walking around trying to find the flattest way to walk there, given directions from hotel decided against walking through the rough looking area and settled for Italian which I might add was bloody delicious. Dinner finished a brisk walk home and that was us for the day.
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... the one we all remember from our childhoods, be it from Happy Days, Grease, Back to the Future or any other programme which romanticises the rock and roll era of the golden age. Right in the middle of the diner was an old Cadillac, the boot (I refuse to say trunk - I am British!) of which had been turned into a dining table. Quarter pinball machines dotted a raised area to our left, while old style jukeboxes and one armed bandits lined the walls. The booths were cherry ...
... as it was the main attraction I had been looking forward to on this trip, but it was still awesome to just be there all together. The park itself was littered with giant red structures, showcasing the steel that was used to build the bridge. From there, we headed towards Nob Hill to see the famous cable cars and the iconic steep streets that define the undulated city. En route there, we stumbled upon Lombard Street, the ...