Hampton Inn Daly City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... So today, up early, 07:30 because we need to be at Fishermans Wharf to catch the 10:00 ferry to Alcatraz. We need to walk, catch a street car and walk again. My feet are driving me crazy so I need plenty of time. Should be a great day today. Temperature expected to be sunny and 16 degrees. Had bought breakfast supplies last night from Walgreens so had a yoghurt and muesli parfait and headed off to Market Street to catch the F Line to Pier 33. Arrive with plenty ...
... by car. The drive and views of the Marin Headlands are reminiscent of the Cabot Trail, but with a city in the background. Truly breathtaking.
We stopped in Sausalito for lunch and grabbed a table overlooking the bay at a well reviewed local bakery. Another great meal in our bellies we wandered around the adorable town a bit and then headed to a military museum. Specifically it is a hydraulic model, the largest of its kind, of the ...
... the way ( too cold to get out). We drove some more, took photos and drove some more again. Once we'd had enough we decided to head back to the city. Again stopping at more points near the Golden Gate to take some amazing photos. We found our hotel, which was luxury compared to what we'd previously been staying in, although tiny! We basically just crashed but then realised we hadn't eaten since breakky so off to ...
... the city and finally we went for a drive around the city. By lunch time the fog cleared and we had lovely blue skies. We got the ferry to Alcatraz prison where we did a very interesting audio tour. In the gift shop there was an ex inmate signing copies of a book he wrote about his experiences of Alcatraz. We missed the coach back to the hostel from the ferry terminal so had to walk about 24 blocks. I spent the day with Marial, a girl from my hostel ...
... streets. My favorite building is the bank, which is topped with a steeple adorned with a warning. Carved in wood and near life size is a girl being stalked by Father Time, holding a scythe. Youth is fleeting and death is around the corner... so bank with us! We proceeded up over the coast ranges away from CA-1 with the intention of hurrying it along on US-101. CA-1 is an evil road that likes to suck time and never gives you miles. 101 is oblivious to you. The ...