Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburg
Travel Blogs from Pittsburg
... if he could take us to lunch so we went back to country skillet for lunch (our 4th meal in a row at a Country Skillets) and had an enjoyable time and caught up with him and promised that we would email each other to keep in touch. When we got back home we finished the laundry, reorganized our suitcases by that time we just relaxed watching little TV and went to bed.
God Bless Harold and keep him safe while he is serving our ...
... to see the nightlife of San Francisco. We headed to the Embarcadero area to see the Bay Bridge lights display, which was great. Jumped on the F streetcar headed up to Pier 39 to get a few photos, but things were closing by now and it was awfully windy and cold. We didn't stay here for too long. We got the streetcar back to Market St and walked up to our hotel room. Now it's time for me to get some sleep before our busy day ahead... on the road!
... abundance of homeless folk and a permanent smell of marijuana. It's just NOT Henley. A Welshman called Lyndsay showed us to our rooms. He was in his 50s, had a messy bob of curly hair and isn't going to be managing any FTSE 100 firms any time soon. He was dressed head to toe as a clown, which I didn't question until he volunteered the fact that he had spent the day making animals out of balloons at the old peoples home ...
... Bridge, along the way we passed a yard selling Christmas trees which seemed strange as the weather was so warm. After an hour or so of walking we reached a beach at a place called crissy fields where we sat and soaked in the views of both Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. We then headed back to our hotel to relax before popping out to a sourdough bakery where we had soup in a bread bowl for dinner, it was really nice to eat something slightly ...
... room is tiny and very hot, just enough space to walk from door to bed! Shared bathrooms here, as was last night! Jonny has a nap but I can't sleep, too hot and noisy! After showering we take a walk down to Fishermans wharf and over to Pier 39 to see the sea lions that live here! it's dark so we can't see them too well but we can hear them, wow they're noisy!! They live here on the Pier and many migrate in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility