Fairfield Inn & Suites San Francisco-San Carlos
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... insane. With my big side cases I could not have done it.
Traffic opened up and wind picked up as I cleared a tunnel and started gaining altitude. There was a pull off to take pics of the bridge. I got back on the highway and was confused by numerous signs about tolls . . . Bla . . . Bla . . .bla. It was windy on the bridge but fascinating and exhilarating.
Once over the bridge I was dumped into the city. The ...
... day..... We go to Fishermans Wharf, massively touristy, try To get cable car, too long a wait, manage to get bus to drop us off on his way home! Back to hotel late, kids knackered, we seem to have skipped tea.....iain and I get take away pizza and collapse... Lets hope the buses are mended for tomorrow, I did of course complain and get a free day on the marvellous buses! ...
... paintings and exhibits and were there until closing time (for a period of around three years). We had a quiet tea at home as we will be eating out most other nights and then up to the roof (42nd floor) to have a look at the view and have a hot chocolate. The bike was great way to get around and gave me a good overview of the city so I will be able to have my bearings during the week and find my way around the various places that David and Amy have suggested seeing. Check in again ...
... over one mile away). All of us thoroughly enjoyed the tour, but agreed that it could of been a bit warmer, as the wind dead-set felt like it had ice particles in it (and we all had shorts on). We then headed back to Fisherman's Wharf to a sports bar and arcade, to watch the Lakers vs Spurs game. Being the kid he is, Cam challenged us both to a shootout on one of those toy basketball hoops, and let's just say he got lucky beating both Jay and I. After the game concluded, we headed ...
... very little traffic.
Just before heading out to the airport, I log onto my computer to see if there are any flight changes, or any other last minute notices. Since I am an aisle-seat kind of guy, I see that my original assigned seats have been switched to center seats. For the last two legs of the flight, I am able to change them back to the aisle, but the first one is going to be difficult. When I check in at the airport, I tell the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility