Hilton San Francisco Financial District
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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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 …
... they had (what they thought) a midnight dip under the stars whilst watching Lilo and Stitch. The place was packed, but it was safe and lots of fun. Once that was over we came back had s'mores then hit the sack, it's been a long and eventful day. Lucia and I noticed that there is an outlet village only about 1 mike away from this site so we've got a date tomorrow. Thought we'd leave San Francisco until the day after and give Des a break from driving. Night night ...
... biscuits with cheese and ham and cucumber and watched the golf from North Carolina......and then a Dirty Harry movie. My cold was a lot better today, but it freshened up again this evening, so I didn't feel up to going out. The weather's so changeable - one minute I'm hot, and the next I'm cold. I was happy to stay home and relax. Spoke briefly to Michelle about the mix-up with my Ignite credit card ...
... us back home. Dinner out at a local burger joint ended a really full day. First impressions - really interesting and diverse city. People are polite and friendly, and we starting to get the hang of tipping, and remembering you need to add tax to the price of everything. Dogs are allowed on buses and in many shops. Homeless people are way more visible here than they are at home. Until tomorrow - Alcatraz and the wharf ...
Instead of starting off in San Francisco, we actually made a stop to Treasure Island. The name caught my eye and not going to lie, I was hoping to find some real treasure. However, it turns out that it is currently an inactive military base. While walking around, we quickly realize that the real treasure of Treasure Island is the great view of San Francisco across the bay.
After our random stop, we headed towards Pier 39 ...