Four Points By Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge
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... and is known for its Margaritas and Guacamole.
On Sunday we strolled down to the market and then had breakfast. I went back to Laura's apartment to watch the football games while the ladies went to a unique store called called Canvas and Cabernet . For three hours the ladies painted a portrait and drank Cabernet. The results were amazing! We ...
... take a few photos then turned around to go back over. We saw signs for paying a toll for going over the other way but they don't take the money there, you have to pay online or in a special shop. We made a note to remember to do this!
Finally we made it to Conor's house which was in a lovely neighbourhood full of Halloween decorations and the house was massive! It is his old childhood home but his parents have moved so he is staying in it and ...
... has maintained the old fashioned style of the cars over the years. Our Alcatraz ticket was for 12.30, so we had time before that to have a quick cooked breakfast, then do the 90 minute Downtown tour. So that's what we did, except with the route tour modified because of congestion relating to Fleet week and the Italian Festival it only took an hour. Fleet week is when the navy, usually based in San Diego, comes to town. Today - Sunday - is the finale to ...
... we already feel we know San Francisco like the backs of our hands.
We got up early(ish) and after a leisurely breakfast did something every visitor to this city has to do - ride a cable car. We had to wait for 40 minutes to get on board, but it was well worth the wait. San Francisco is an astonishing hilly city, and riding the cars is like going on a gigantic fairground ride. Who needs rollercoasters when you can ride a cable car in The City By The ...
... 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 ...