Extended Stay America - San Jose - Sunnyvale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our first task on landing at San Francisco airport was to make our way down to Fremont (about an hour away) where Chris, Jackie and Nick live. This involved getting the BART (Bay area rapid transit system). Over the years we have interrogated many ticket dispensing machines that inevitably have instructions in another language or bad English. It usually takes ...
... time in as well as the rest of the prison. The prisoners sure had magnificent views of San Francisco and it's huge harbour. The scenery is magnificent. Spent a couple of hours exploring the Island and surrounds and the caught the Ferry back to Fishermans Wharf. After lunch we were picked up by a private Van (only carries 12 people) for an afternoon tour of the whole ...
Well, we woke to the sounds of sea lions (and a wet tent surrounded by sand). Not a good match! Brad let me know he will never camp within 20 miles of a coast again. Ashley and I walked the beach to the jetty following the sea lion noises. Unfortunately, they were on the other side where we could not see them.
We left by 7:00a.m., so we could head towards San Francisco. We drove through Tiburon ...
... view, through Haight Ashbury area, Chinatown, saw some amazing architecture and finally back to Fisherman's wharf. Chose not to return to hotel at that time. Near the end of the tour when he wasn't chatting our guide played some pop songs featuring San Francisco in the lyrics (I left my heart in sf, If yr goin to sf, Dock of the Bay) Wandered around the wharf - teaming with people, seafood restaurants and food stalls everywhere, buskers etc. Managed to find somewhere that did ...
... he wouldnt have got his flat or pannier issues... Plus the myriad of other people we met attracted by our bikes. - tipping does provide better service. Again another generalisation, from my experience the worst service was in LA (I'm giving the guys in Solvang on 4th July benefit of the doubt). The best, tough one, the Mexican waitress in Rialto that replaced the drink I knocked over Mat was nice the Chinese places in San Fran were incredibly efficient and the staff ...