Hampton Inn Daly City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... though. And if you've lived here for many years, have a car, and love criticizing people who forgot to bring their canvas bag to whole foods, then this city still is the gem it once was. To the rest of us, though, it's that girl who smoked pot and was fun to hang out with in college, but now works for Human Resources at Hewlett-Packard. Gross. Lookin to get good and gone from here. Seoul, I'm coming for ya, but first I have to buy a travel toothbrush to get this taste out of my ...
Having not turned on a television yet to watch 'American' cable tv, I decided to put it on...if nothing else, just for some background 'noise'. I think I spent 5 mins channel surfing...and then turned it off again! OMG...what is this *****?? 100+ channels and nothing worth watching!
Decided it was time to get moving...
Had a pleasant walk up Market Street to The Castro - SF's gay 'Mecca'. ...
... Here’s where Bruce Willis proposed to Demi Moore…. Here’s where Elton John was discovered….This is Robert De Niro’s favourite restaurant…. etc etc. Paul went to sleep. The tour took us all round the city and beach areas and various venues where the stars hang out were pointed out. The best bit was driving round Beverly Hills and seeing all the posh homes. Amazingly you could buy a smaller home on Mulholland Drive for around ...
... airy enough to give the champagne region a run for their money. We informed the sommelier that it was our anniversary trip and were given some of the finest bubbles. A toast followed and the ice was broken, our fellow samplers were all delightful company and we enjoyed spending time with them and getting to know more about the real USA (and having some of our illusions shattered - did you know that they don't all sing and dance down the corridors in American high ...
... 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 ...