Extended Stay America - San Rafael - Francisco Blvd East
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So as I already mentioned in my last update that we weren't able to end our roadtrip in Yosemite on Sunday due to a big snow storm that closed the roads leading up to the park. We decided to drive back to San Francisco that same night instead, so I called up the Vyas family again and asked if it would be OK for me to stay with them for a few more days. They are honestly the nicest people I've ever stayed with, so hospitable ...
... escorted us all around the north side of the bridge so we could take pictures from every angle! Up on the hillside, the view was impressive. It looked as though you could climb to the top of the hill and be able to touch the first tower. It was a bit foggy, but you could see all around the bay, Alcatraz Island, battleships, the rocky coast, and the city skyline. There was an abandoned military watch area that had been active from 1827-1940 where canons and ...
... on re-booting the system and it never worked in the back of the cabin. Of course, the first and business class had the system and the front of economy, but not where we were. To make it worse, the individual lights were part of the same system so we had no lights to read! Very frustrating! At one point, I asked the attendant if we were close and she said we had 4-5 more hours to go!! We did sleep, but not a lot.
... have always been curious about Ft. Ross. My long curiosity made it a no brainer to pay the simple $8 per car entry fee.
We self guided around the premesis. The gift shop and museum are pretty good. From here is a trail. If you veer left, you walk through a stand of cypress trees. The surrounding hills were yellowing and the ocean was throwing quite a bit of fog. Fog is a good way to see historic sites. It's like walking through a soap opera flashback.
... Given that a single ride in the Cable Car is $6 we thought we'd get good use out of - and we did! After the daily coffee and bagel stop, we boarded a Cable Car in the direction of Fisherman's Wharf and got off at Lombard Street - the zig-zag road we drove yesterday. This famous street was already awash with tourists and getting decent photos was a *********** ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed