Stone Villa Inn San Mateo - San Francisco SFO
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Mateo
... Creek was bumper to bumper for 25 km. It took us a while. However the ride was worth the wait. What a beautiful town. We had told Laura that we would be there late since we initially were not going to drive until after 7pm to avoid the traffic so we did a tour of downtown. To my surprise I found a Tesla Dealer in the shopping mall and was offered a test drive in ...
... catch the Golden Gate Park tour at 3pm - the bus was waiting for us and others that joined. As we got closer to the coast we left the sunshine for the fog and it became cold. We stayed on the open deck for about an hour of the 1 1/2 hour tour before going below, as had others. The tour was interesting or would've have been if we hadn't been distracted by how cold we were. The tour took us to the beach and a large man made park ...
... expected and that "the old girl" was flying very well. He finished up by saying that he and the co-pilot were not worried. This was seriously worrying news. Anyway, we eventually landed safely in sunny California and the next hurdle was to brave the immigration officials. In our limited experience of US immigration officers, we have found them to be rather surly to say the least. Our one disarmed us completely by asking what relation Gordon was to ...
... up with her sister and friend to start her extended holiday. Once suitcase deposited we walked back to the wharf area via Lombard St - the crookedest street, and must be one of the steepest to get to as well, very hot afternoon. Once back at the wharves/piers wandered around for a while then made my way back to Oakland for happy hour and dinner at the hotel with a few of the ...
... way on route 95 heading north. We were a bit undecided about whether to visit Death Valley national park or not and 95 would give us the option. It was incredibly hot that day and we knew that Death Valley would be at least a few degrees hotter which meant that any site seeing we’d do would be right from the car.
We crossed over the Californian border and drove nonstop to Death Valley national park on route 190 from the east and exit out from the west side. ...