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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... on tyres that are prone to exploding without warning.
7. Shredded truck tyres. Are everywhere. Based on the visual evidence, truck tyres are likely to blow up and tear themselves into pieces at any moment. Now you might attribute the ubiquity to long term accumulation over time. But in at least 2 cases I had to take avoiding action when a giant chunk of tyre carcass suddenly appeared in the lane right in front of me. "Giant" is not an ...
... tasty lunch at a great little burger spot and saw some famous local landmarks, like the Jimi Hendrix red house, the Grateful Dead house and Janis Joplin's house, and the rest of the time was just spent hanging out and window shopping. This would be one of my favorite parts of the weekend trip, as it was less scheduled and more casual than most of the rest.
We had some excitement upon arriving at our hotel, when we realized that our car would not fit in ...
... been thinking for the last three weeks travelling this could have been a mistake. Well welcome to San Fran, where even the Summer is cold. We check out all the sun baking seals (my childhood fav animal) on the wharf and head for clam chowder at a restaurant over looking the bay with views out to the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. What an entrance to San Fran. It's FriYAY (not that we really know what day is what) so what better way to enjoy, relax and ...
... a beautiful apartment complex this has a 24 mile trail running along the back of her unit. You can easily walk downtown in one direction and be out in the country if you go in another direction. Saturday morning was spent walking Miss V into town where we had breakfast at Tender Greens a terrific restaurant.
The afternoon saw us driving up ...
... and we were only a few minutes away. I was imagining a massive long coastal windy road but it was literally a tiny street just one block long right in the middle of the city, called Lombard Street. It was so awesome and so random all in one. We drove down the incredibly steep and windy road, which is surrounded by bushes, flowers and trees. There were tourists everywhere, just standing all over the roads and blocking traffic... it was madness! We pulled over and took some ...