Hampton Inn Daly City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... into the city. A very welcome change from LA!
As we got into the city, we stopped at a petrol station to fill up before heading in to the rental returns. Darren drove the rest of the way, as it was his name on the hire, so we wouldn't get charged an extra fee.
The returns was in a parking garage, so we drove up to the Alamo section, parked and cleaned everything out of it. It's amazing how spread out all our things were in just two days!
We sorted ...
We departed from SFO for London and a short hop to Dublin. Eleven hours later, and we are walking through the streets of Dublin. What a beautiful, bustling city. We've already passed by the Guiness Beer brewery. Now I know which direction to head when we go to tour (and taste. . . ) there tomorrow. Our itinerary includes only the most significant and historic cultural heritage sites of Ireland, and the ...
... occasional statues - Alamo Square, full of the traditional Victorian houses. Very beautiful row houses - the typical ones you think of when thinking 'San Fran', I think anyway. - Haight Ashbury, the hippy zone - full of psychadelic shop fronts, houses and people in general. The pot smoking district..we didn't stop. - ocean beach, a pretty beach front but still has NOTHING on Australian beaches! Though the locals disagree. We finished the tour and before ...
... about the walking tour business, and then we got all philosophical talking about body image, societal expectations and getting naked in order to feel better about yourself. It was one of the most random yet delightful conversations I’ve ever had. A real pleasure to speak to some intelligent strangers with a warm and friendly outlook – all brought together over an appreciation of pie. They recommended a few things for us to do in ...
... 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 ...