Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Fairmont Heritage Place, Ghirardelli Square San Francisco
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... late, arrive to Chicago to lounge sorted seating..... Next flight also delayed 2 hours!! Finally onboard then something wrong in cockpit 30 mins later we finally off! Got to SFO 9pm chicago time so 15 hours travelling!!!! Then to rental car to negotiate friday night traffic yeeha! Went for a little walk downtown, baking hot 37degrees and really tired so early to ...
... person working there about any possible shops in the area that we might find basketball merchandise. He suggested some shops further in town but when he found out we didn't have a car he warned us against going there as it's not a very good area to be walking around. He suggested we just get back in the train and heading back to downtown San Francisco. So we did!
Not a great sleep - afraid of sleeping in & missing the flight. Final clean up & pack up. Shepard tried to stow away & come with us. Not sure if he'll actually miss us or just didn't want to go to school or both. Left a little bit later than planned & hit the morning traffic jams. Rain clouds rolling in, maybe we are ...
... and, after much deliberation, I opted for a popular chicken waffle sandwich. Although at least three people asked me where it was from as I tucked in, the appearance turned out to be deceptive. The chicken was shocking and barely cooked in places, it was accompanied by a weird garnish and the waffle sandwich fell apart. Even so, I ate the whole thing and the two of us walked back to the hostel with hunger having been replaced by a sense of what might have ...
... beneath Union Square, and I knew I had to take a right to get in, so I hung out in the bus lane. At Union Square, I ended up in the crosswalk after getting confused about the garage, and I found myself staring at hundreds of pedestrians as they walked in front of and behind (and over, I think) the car. Awkward, to say the least.
Once parked, we made our way up to the Cheesecake Factory on the 8th floor of the ...