Extended Stay America - San Rafael - Francisco Blvd East
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... these before travelling). The website was constantly being updated showing cancellations and finally a slot appeared for the first tour of the day on Sunday - perfect! Left the bar and linzi finally succumbed to the tourist tat and bought herself a SF hoodie! Next stop, the Cable cars! There is a Cable car turning point in Powell-Hyde where the cable cars are turned round manually - they can't go in reverse! The queue was massive, however, we bought ...
San Rafael. About the population size of Devonport, spread across a wide valley, north of the Golden Gate Bridge. We stayed here for 2 weeks, while Amadeo attended Anat Baniel method.
San Rafael is in Marin County, which we soon discovered was the third most sought after real estate after New York and San Francisco. To the north of us lay wine Californian ...
Most of the hostels put on a basic breakfast as part of the room rate, but basic is the word. Americans love their bagels, cream cheese and jam, and black coffee. Being San Francisco, which is more cosmopolitan than some other places, this hostel offers tea....it is so welcome, after not really finding any for the past 3 weeks. The bagels are a pretty heavy way to start each day, but at least it's something. This ...
... be seen. I did come across a nice surprise though in coming across the Fillmore Street Farmer's Market. Good atmosphere with a live band in the background.
The Painted Ladies on Alamo Square are actually quite easy to get to (for those who don't want to walk, take bus 28). I found myself a little disappointed, I suppose the years haven't been too kind as the colors have faded. A constant small crowd was gathered for their photos but locals were ...
... to the place. Thom seemed to put this down to the volume of foot traffic slowing removing any real energy in the place. The tour told interesting stories of life here but I found it really interesting that there was never more than a single word describing why the prisoner was here “kidnapping” for example. The tour was really focused away from the crimes of the prisoners and towards the building itself. The great escape attempts were so grand you ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed