Four Points by Sheraton San Rafael
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and had two tiny sips, so from then on I drove. The plan was to go back over the Richmond Bridge, then we would have done all three San Francisco Bay Bridges, which seemed only right and proper. Would we get to the Golden Gate Bridge in time to see it at sunset? It being a public holiday the traffic was heavy, but as we drove up the hills overlooking the Golden Gate, it was bathed in evening sunshine and looked radiant. As we approached the bridge, ...
... ordered their world famous hot fudge sundae which we sat by the the beach eating. We then headed back towards the hotel with a few destinations to stop off by on the way. We walked through Chinatown which was exactly as you'd expect with the musky smell and people everywhere. The road was filled with dodgy souvenir stores and food stores. There were even the stereotypical red lanterns hanging across the street. I'd found out earlier in the day that Chinatown here is a 1.1 ...
... again so I took Dave's bike for another ride through the China Camp trails. This time I saw wild turkeys and came back through the Santa Venetia marshland, close to Dianne and Dave's neighbourhood.
They really live in a terrific location, close enough to drive into the city in less than half an hour or drive a short distance to the Larkspur ferry terminal and leave ...
... San Pedro Road to the park's entrance on San Pablo Bay, the immense and shallow northern part of San Francisco Bay.
China Camp is a 1514 acre park surrounding a historic Chinese-American shrimp fishing village and a salt marsh. It was originally occupied thousands of years ago by the Coast Miwok who lived in dome-shaped pole homes thatched with ...
... has made the unprecedented decision to not supply water to many urban and agricultural agencies this spring. Consequently farmers are letting their fields go fallow and ranchers are thinning herds rather than pay for expensive feed, measures that all drive up the cost of food. Experts say most farmers should be able to keep going this season, but many of them won’t be able to survive another season of drought. Good thing we have expanded the vegetable garden!