Hilton San Francisco Financial District
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We went down stairs to try and find out how to get a pass for the street and cable cars. We were directed to a store up the road in Chinatown where you can buy a weekly pass for $35. We purchased a pass and then headed towards one of the stops for the cable car. He car stopped and we jumped on. It was a lot of fun. Like no other public transport I …
... and the sun illuminates the red cliffs, the icy turquoise waters, the yellow flowers, and fiery orange leaves flawlessly. Words can't do it justice. We got a shared campsite and went out for a bike ride and (eventually) a swim in the Virgin river. It was incredible to watch Baxter problem solve to get to his frisbee. We tossed it across a deep drop off in the river and he pumped back and forth, before running to a shallow ...
... we got singing, running commentary, tour guide advice and a huge smile. She had to be the funniest bus driver ever, cracking jokes with all the passengers and advising some passengers when to get off- "not here sir, you always try and get off here and keep getting lost, the stop you want is in 3 stops time, sit down, I've got your back". We make it back with smiles on our dials to fall very wearily into bed! So far, SF busy, friendly and lots to ...
... crash to the river for a dip in some very cool pools Sunday. As rainy weekend cottage specialists we did a jig saw puzzle or at least 95% of it and watched a couple of videos. On the way back today Annette and I observed how the tables have turned with us now in the back of Simon's Mazda, the opposite of many many runs from Toronto to Boston over the years.
A bit about the lake at Pinecrest. Those of you who know our lake, Bob, picture a lake a bit smaller ...
... Gate Bridge, we ate so much great food, good shopping and the buildings were absolutely gorgeous. It helped that we had our cuz to show us around. The days in SF flew by, and could only be counted in meals, beer and naked old men in Bay to Breakers. That one is going on my list of things to do... Bay to Breakers, but not naked :) then all of a sudden we were picking up our Eco-friendly Prius and hitting ...