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Travel Blogs from San Francisco
... along the piers towards Fisherman's Wharf. We looked through pier 39 which was really cool and looked like a carnival. We had fish and chips in the Chowders Restaurant. It was TASTY! Later on in the day, we looked around the shops and then we came to this Rainforest cafe. It had a photo booth but they charged you $5 per photo and I said... "That's a rip off!!!" Then I sat down with a gorilla inside the cafe (it was a fake one don't ...
... again. Skeptics believe they drowned, but others believe they escaped to Mexico as they had been learning Spanish. One of the great unsolved mysteries. After returning from Alcatraz (you can escape!) we lunched at Fishermans Wharf. I had the best oysters that I've ever eaten, followed by lobster which was nice but nothing amazing. Being a seafood restaurant, Adam had a limited choice of cheese pasta or rice. He ...
... knew that if you were going to take the mickey out of one of them, you could expect to have it pulled out of you right back. It was so much fun and having to say goodbye to them made the morning even suckier.
After all that emotion, Jess and I caught a taxi out to the hotel we would be staying at for the rest of the time we were in San Fransisco. It was on the corner of North Beach and Chinatown, and since we couldn't check in until much ...
... comments, which were as eagerly looked forward to by us as I hope our blogs were by you. We were considering offering the best comment-sender a free copy of the book we will make out of this blog, but that would have been too tough a contest to judge!
Yes, we have completed a trip of a lifetime: 3781 miles from picking up our rental bike in Washington DC to handing it back in San Francisco (more for Mandy-Jane ...
... until we reached Pier 39, home to a small colony of sea lions. The first sea lions began “hauling out” on Piers 39´s K-Dock after the earthquake in 1989. Within a few short months, the number of sea lions grew to more than 300 and hit an all-time record of 1,701 in November 2009. We didn´t manage to see so many of them but it was still quite fascinating to see a bunch of sea lions chilling in the middle of the city. Let us mention a few interesting facts ...
Other places to stay in San Francisco
South Beach, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $250
- Hotel somewhat over-rated
- Royal Treatment
- Elegant but Very Noisy
Union Square, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $233
- Este hotel es fantástico! Lo recomiendo!
- Great location
- Nice, newly Remodeled but not Great
Civic Center, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $254
- 4-Star stay in Union Square
- A Few Tips
- Very decent
SoMa, San Francisco | 5 star hotelfrom $247
- Great New Hotel by the Convention Center, but Staff Needs Some Help
- Excellent hotel--but watch out for the upcharges!
- Stay here!
Civic Center, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $226
South Beach, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $272
- Great location, great hotel
- Loved the W!
- Less than stellar
Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $230
- Close to the Wharf, but don't drive
- Drab Drab Drab
- Great Location!
Downtown, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $226
- Enjoyed the Sir Francis Drake
- Worn but Charming
- Good value, good location
Northeast San Francisco, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $252
- One of the best
- Classy, comfortable, and understated
- First Class
Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $215
- Unfriendly Terrible Service
- Don't be put off!
- Much better accommodation available.
SoMa, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $191
- Oasis in the city of old
- Impressed with it all
- Great for the price
Nob Hill Russian Hill, San Francisco | 5 star hotelfrom $243
- Charmed by Clift Hotel
- Awful stay @ Clift Hotel
- Only for one nite stands
Downtown, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $228
- Very enjoyable experience
- Lovely place
- Absolutely Fabulous! Worth every cent!
Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $206
- Wow Fantastic!
- Staff incompetence
- Holiday Inn Golden Gateway to HELL
Union Square, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $167
- Great Value!!
- Lousy hotel and Unfriendly staff
- It was ok...I guess
Downtown San Francisco, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $223
- Executive rooms
- Hilton fine, but pricy
Civic Center, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $312
- They're putting the 'fair' back in Fairmont
- The Fairmont is exceptional
- Completely overrated
Nob Hill Russian Hill, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $223
- Nice Hotel, BAD LOCATION
- Ideal Big Chain Hotel
- Great place to stay
Downtown, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $225
- Convenient, friendly-staffed but small
- Great Value for money
Financial District, San Francisco | 5 star hotelfrom $261
- You don't need a car here!
- Spinning Around
- We Moved On........
Fisherman's Wharf - North Beach, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $265
- Good location, nice room, helpful staff.
- OK hotel, tacky area
- Good hotel
Nob Hill Russian Hill, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $206
- Great deal, lots of fun
- Great location for everything!
- Can Handle the Handlery
Union Square, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $153
- Perfect if you are under 5 feet tall?
- A Good Deal and A Great Location
- Got more than I paid for
Financial District, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $180
- Worked fine for us!
- Smaller & louder than a College Frat House!
Downtown, San Francisco | 4 star hotelfrom $227
- Nice stay overall
- Very classy hotel with great staff
- Perfect Location
Downtown, San Francisco | 3 star hotelfrom $263
- OK, but some problems
- Average hotel with great location!
- Nice rooms / good value