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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the were judged by a panel of local residents to determine the award for best in parade. Unfortunately we have no idea who picked up this year's title as we did not stick around for the announcement; the lure of a cold IPA at the Silver Peso was too greater temptation on this fine & sunny 4th of July. Our final long weekend jaunt was the Fillmore Jazz Festival. The Festival, inaugurated in 1985, is the largest free ...
... marvel at how unremarkable the Golden Gate Bridge is, neither totally convinced, both sure it should be red not grey. Quick map check, it's ok it's a different bridge!
We walk the Embarcadero along the sea wall past all the docks. We have a quick stop at a playground for some slide action for Taya, and a touch of shop keeping for Dylan. We finally reach Pier 39 for a wander around lots of shops and restaurants. Nice area. There is a carousel here so the boys hop on board. ...
... When we reach Santa Cruz we will merge with CA 101. Almost to San Francisco. Our trip is nearing it's end for the day. Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge is always exciting. The bridge is 2.37 miles long. It was designed by Joseph B Strauss. It carries 6 lanes of traffic. Construction started January 5, 1933 It was completed 4/19/37 and actually opened May 5, ...
More riding...I'm glad this is the last travel day for now.
We spent more time in the Redwood Forest. I've found that things are never the
way you picture them, and this is no exception. I had a vision of a forest
consisting of widely spaced trees and a road meandering through it.
Occasionally the road would cut through the trunk of the tree because it was
easier than other options. The truth is that the forest is densly packed with
trees, and there are only ...
... a tram to Fisherman's Wharf then caught a bus to Coit's Tower. Roy got some good shots from there. It is up on Telegraph Hill and can be seen from a long way away - we could see it from the ferry terminal. Telegraph Hill was originally set up as a signal tower so people could be notified when ships were arriving. Coit Tower was built on Telegraph Hill in 1933. It stands 250 tall and was paid for with a bequest ...