Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Union Square
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... ing-to-be-one-hun- dred-dollars-more”. Our telepathy signals were static-y and interrupted by the tension in the air. While I waited, I noticed that my dad had made another friend – the news reporter from the CKGS offices earlier that morning. Somehow, by the grace of God, I was the first one to submit my application, pay, and leave the building that day. As I walked out, I couldn’t believe it had finally happened. I had applied for my visa! (Note to those ...
... cells, while the ex prisoner on the audio tour described the game he played while spending weeks in the darkness to keep him sain. He'd rip a button off his shirt and throw it hard against the ground, and then see how long it would take him to find it in the absolute darkness. We saw the cells made famous by the movie where the four men dug there way to freedom using a nail clipper, the holes still remained with the old paper mâché covers used to cover ...
... the seats, would the folks in the back sitting please stand to allow the little children to sit PLEASE") and ringing the bell furiously to clear the traffic. As we enter Chinatown he rings a choppy little number of his own invention and its all loud noisy fun and a great way to see the city.
We make it back to the hotel with half an hour to spare and then its off to the airport for the trip home. The flight back is cramped and ...
... of people with the same seat numbers. Although we unhappily had to sit next to and in front of the two most gross people were saw prior to boarding and hoped we were no where near :( the guy next to mark fell asleep within 5 minutes of getting on the plane in the most uncomfortable position (pic attached). We have arrived in San Francisco! Our first impressions are we are loving it. The air smells clean and time here seems to ...
... in only a short drive from the big city. We then took a short bike ride around the bay as we had an hour before the next ferry heading back to the pier. We rode through a park area then came across some nice seafood restaurants right on the water, we locked the bikes up again and headed in for a beer, we sat right on the waterfront looking out at the boats and birds diving for fish, we even saw a duck dive under the water and stayed under for about 30 seconds, coming back up about ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn & Suites Union Square San Francisco
Hotel is nice to stay in, staff very friendly. The location is good, close to everything including transport. But there's a lot of homeless on the streets surrounding, making us not want to be outside at night. And it's in the tenderloin.
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