Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Airport
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... nicer than the Houston Zoo, and had tons of playgrounds, a train, and carousel, as well as wider range of animals, probably because the San Francisco climate is much nicer than the Houston one.
On the way from the zoo, we stopped by a random beach just so we could claim we touched the Pacific Ocean, for the record, it was FREEZING COLD, and then we were off.
We went on a wild goose chase to find a Starbucks "You ...
... Sundae's but the queue was so long it would have been at least an hour wait. Around the corner from our hotel is a Ghiradelli store, so we figured if we want one that bad we can get it there. We walked a block, again marvelling at the townhouses and down to the cable car station on Hyde Street to take us up to Lombard Street, the crookedest street, to take a walk down. 25,000 steps yesterday Trish Mathias! Should have challenged you all to a Fitbit ...
10 am - 7pm we rode. Sean and Finn on tandem are faster than me and dad, next time I might need to peddle .... San Fran is hilly and mum and dad got lost most of the time or argued about which way to go....as I said we rode 10am to 7 pm and sure we have been on every street. Golden Gate Bridge was really cool... As it was blowing a gale. Really amusing amazing ride home, it was on a boat! As I said they were ...
... followed the 1906 earthquake. A couple of tidbits from the tour guide is that SF has a homeless population of 30,000 people, that pets out number children two to one, and that it is the most expensive city in the USA for housing - Craig had also just read a story about that in the NZ Herald. The magnitude of the homeless and pets isn't evident. And that the ocean here, due to a cold current, is only 8' regardless of the time of year. The coldness of ...
... wanted $55 a night. To camp! To be fair to the guy, he suggested a couple of alternatives which included just pulling over in a turnout and sleeping in the car. So we took up his advice and did this – while not strictly legal it is unlikely you will get disturbed. We found a spot right on the edge of a cliff next to the ocean, and whilst it wasn’t the best night sleep in the world, it was a lot better than $55 for a bit of grass!
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