Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge
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... dogs must include calf length black tights. I recommend you get that fixed ASAP. (Pic 1) 2. Over here, dog refreshments are well provided for especially on long walks. You will also note in Picture 2 that restrooms are available nearby. 3. For the more discerning gentleman dog, more ornate restrooms are available. (Pic 3). 4. A really fun recreation is Frisbee catching as seen in Picture 4. This dog spent quite a bit ...
... island endured there - inmates and staff alike. Once back in San Francisco we wandered up to Fisherman's Wharf, super touristy but had to be done. magic shops, live performers, left handed stores, caricature drawers (I WANT one!), it was pretty entertaining. Dinner at a sports bar where we tried to figure out what on earth was happening during an NFL match, and then time to catch a train home and actually meet the people we're staying ...
... I do not intend that as a compliment, especially as I thought burgers were all Americans ate. The kung pow chicken one of my lunch companions had didn't get a much better review, and I can't even think of an appropriate adjective to describe our desserts. Insipid is suggesting itself to me though.
Perhaps Amtrak should take a field trip on a VIA Rail train, and just try the food the sleeping car passengers get. Did you know they have chefs on board? Real live chefs, who ...
... very foggy and you couldn't see more than 100m. We walked it anyway and got some fantastic (eerie) photos in the fog. This saw out the day, we checked in at the hotel and went out for dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant.
The following day, we did some serious walking around San Francisco. We reckon we would have walked about 20km in total. We covered so much of the city on foot and it was a great way to experience the city. The main attractions we saw were:
... We enjoyed a stop at the new opening of the Federal Park in Richmond dedicated to the workers of the war effort in WWII, principally, Rosie the riveter. A gorgeous ride was had over the Carquineze bridge on the new bike trail ending the day after 44 miles or so in the saddle.