Four Points by Sheraton San Rafael
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points by Sheraton San Rafael
Travel Blogs from San Rafael
... to clearly see the Sierra's which were over 150 miles away. Unfortunately a fog had settled over San Francisco (the mountain rises above the fog) and all you can make out is the Sutro tower which you can see in the picture of the Academy of Sciences Museum.
We ended up eating at Maria Maria which is a restaurant owned by Carlos Santana (or used to ...
... photos along the way. The road itself is like driving along a scratch in a wall. It's straight down to the ocean, and at times, it's a LONG way down. A narrow two lane road cut into the side of a mountain. I'm an engineer, and every now and then I see a structure and a wall where you can tell that the hillside fell away at some point.....taking the road with it. It was rebuilt using newer technology, but slides happen all the ...
We arrived in San Francisco about 3pm and needed to find the house of the guy called Conor we were staying with. He is a friend of Rob's friend Julien and is kindly letting us stay over. We realised from the sat nav that his house was really central and so close to the golden gate bridge. We took a wrong turning which actually took us over the golden gate bridge, we wanted to drive over at some point anyway. It was huge and really long. We stopped at a "vista ...
... Hop On Hop Off may not be running today or may be limited. They phoned through and we were told to get there ASAP to get our tickets to Alcatraz. We had been planning on taking a tram or cable car but used a taxi instead. One of the hotel staff stood on the road blowing a whistle and waving one down. It cost $9 to go to Fishermans Wharf. On the way we saw the Crookedest street in SF, a Mad Max styled car drive past, and the Blues Brothers style SF Police ...
... along it in Bullitt. Sadly we were over forty years too late to see that.
Chinatown was enormous and much further than our small scale map of the city had led us to believe. It was probably a great place to eat, but neither of us liked Chinese food. Our holiday fare so far had been the usual combinations of bread and cheese. We ended up in Union Square which is the posh shop part of San Francisco and got a bus back to the hotel.