TripAdvisor Reviews Foleys Inn San Francisco
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... of and coming back into the ship. Any used clothing and equipment was vacuumed by Lindblad staff before we were allowed ashore to ensure we were not be leaving non-native species behind. And of course we were not allowed to take food ashore, though we could take water. During my trip, two friends sent me one journalist’s take on the ethics of letting 40,000 tourists with their craven materialistic ways ...
... somebody to open it. "Hi, I was wondering if you could send somebody up to room 702 to open the door between 702 and 703?" He replied "It's voice activated". I smiled. He smiled back. I told Mum about my second encounter with the front desk and she said that it is not very American to have that much 'think on your toes' sense of humour.
Soon afterward we set off for Union Square and checked out the ...
... and around each corner there was another place to stop for photos, especially around the Big Sur - google it and you'll see what I'm talking about!! The highlight of the drive for Kim was definitely the colony of Elephant Seals. There were easily close to a thousand seals occupying 5 or 6 beaches and of course we had to stop at each one to take a photo! Eventually we arrived in Santa Barbara for a little stretch of the legs and walk around. If we had ...
... I just wasn’t in the mood. We went past city hall where ‘Harvey Milk’ was shot dead. (The first openly gay politician that lobbied for equal rights in the 70's. Watch the movie ‘Milk’, starring Sean Penn and his Oscar award winning performance.) I also went to the bridge and travelled over it, which was ...
... absolutely stunning and had a lot of different walks to do. We done two walks the first was called Lower Yosemite falls which lead you to an incredible waterfall. Tom enjoyed climbing all the massive rocks up to the fall (I was hopeless and kept loosing grip so gave up as it was much safer for me to turn around.) Rob and I chilled at the bottom, the bottom of the waterfall was lovely an area to take a dip and chill absorbing the views! It was such a hot day ...
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