Fairfield Inn & Suites San Francisco-San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Then to the Golden
gate bridge, which was also really really windy. So many windsurfers flying
around in the choppy ocean, I wished at that moment that I could windsurf! As I
learnt on the wakeboard, God hasn’t gifted me in the surfing department. We saw
Alcatraz as well, on a rock just out from the port. Apparently trying to escape
from there was impossible; hard enough getting out from your cell, let alone
the long swim back across currents and tides that ...
... in their sixties and a family from New York), we were soon hurtling over the Golden Gate Bridge, as red in the flesh as it appears in the movies. There was no time to stop, and even if we had, the view if San Francisco was shrouded in low lying cloud, and would have made for dull, lifeless pictures anyway.
We wound our way along highway 101 as it curled around the mountains en route to our first destination. Most people go on the road to reach their ...
... a trip to Pier 39 to see the sea lions.....they're huge and very noisy!!! We then set off to drive over the Golden Gate Bridge and towards Muir Wood where the giant redwood trees are. Driving over the Golden Gate Bridge was something else, fortunately for us it was a pretty clear day so the views were amazing! We saw signs on the way to ...
... tours spend longer in the park than the Yosemite Bus and Yosemite Train tours because it is easier to manage smaller groups while loading, unloading, and in regrouping situations.Yosemite Bus tours spend about 3.5 hours in Yosemite compared to 5 to 6 hours in our Yosemite tours. Additionally, ...
... on. Once i got back to the
street again, i picked up a gyros for lunch and then headed to the
muni stop. I got on the train/ tram thing then had to change at a
point further along, just made the connection, then got off a few
stops later, i walked down the street eating my lunch and stopped at
borderlands books and dog eared books, picked up a few books and then
walked back to the train/ tram. This time i ...