Fairfield Inn & Suites - Hayward

Address: 25921 Industrial Boulevard, Hayward, California, 94545, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 25921 Industrial Boulevard, Hayward, is near iFLY SF Bay Indoor Skydiving, Garin Regional Park, Marina Course at Monarch Bay, and Tony Lema Course at Monarch Bay.
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      Day Twenty Two San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by thetravelling2 on Apr 02, 2015

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      ... Lauren bought an iPad (she really wanted to watch supernatural) - and I may or may not have bought a new iPod. I'm currently refusing to comment. We then drove onto Santa Cruz and the mystery spy which is when we found out that you apparently have to reserve tickets.....Lauren was not happy.... So we drove onto San Francisco, by this time it was 3 ish and so Lauren took over the driving - it only took another couple of hours to ...

      Drive along Californian Coast.

      A travel blog entry by cathricksm on Mar 23, 2015

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      ... Lovely brunch at a cafe along the way. We visited Mavericks Beach but couldn't get to the end of the climb to see the big waves. Checked into the motel and then went for an orientation walk where we caught our first glimpse of The Golden Gate Bridge. Hotel room has a microwave so we bought some frozen meals and will have a "night in" ...

      Bicycling the Golden Gate Bridge

      A travel blog entry by janet306 on Feb 13, 2015

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      ... a bicycle as its very hilly. I was just getting the hang of the gears when we came to a long, uphill section of the trail. By the time I got to the top I was completely winded and sweating as only a menopausal woman can. I am still not feeling well so I was actually surprised I made it up without walking the bike. Our route to the bridge took us along the water and through the Presidio where a crowd had gathered at a police barricade. We assumed correctly that this ...

      Union Square, China Town, Ferry Markets,

      A travel blog entry by canadainmay on Jan 03, 2015

      ... catch the cable car back to where we started. On the way home we drove down Lombard Street, which is apparently the crookedest Street in the World. It is a pure zig zag pattern. Drove past the "painted Ladies"' which is about 5 or 6 houses all in a row that are exactly the same except painted different colours. They look really nice. Unfortunately can't upload any photos as somehow the camera wiped them all out! Then we took the kids to a playground at Golden Gate Park. ...

      Embarcadero and Fishermens Wharf

      A travel blog entry by wandering_james on Nov 25, 2014

      9 photos

      ... and east to west on the road underneath. A strange setup but seems to work. The new International Cruiseship Terminal, where we had watched the Star Princess depart the day before, is very impressive. They processed 2600 passengers in less than 3 hours. We passed the never ending lines to catch the ferry to Alcatraz. They really are booked out a week in advance.
      The buskers, street artists are ever present, and brilliant. We watched a spray painter paint some ...