Hotel Mira Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... man in there!! (From night at the museum) haha! How cool. Lovely ride down through a golfing range and through a quiet end of town, into the Golden Gate Bridge park. This was an incredible park! It was like another world inside a city, it didn't feel as though we were in a huge city, I still find it weird how there are main roads through their parks though. There were beautiful gardens and flowers and lakes everywhere! Out of the park we were going through ...
... were both quiet and slept a lot so no chatter. There was a bit more chatter in Susan's row - not all her. We were in a much better frame of mind than when we left.
The wind must have been blowing in the right direction as we landed pretty much on time to then spend over an hour and a half in the immigration queue. With over 550 passengers it takes a while to be processed into the USA.
Once in we got our shuttle to the ...
... in the Tenderloin District. Let's just say their was no tenderness there. We were followed down the street by a homeless guy, that would fall in front of us to annoy us enough to give him some money. Let's just say my least favourite part of our trip so far. But don't worry I had my bodyguard on hand, even though i didn't need him :) We then walked down the road to City Hall which was pointed out to us by our lovely cab driver from the ...
Finally, it was departure day. Unfortunately, it was also a work day for me (boo!) but I would soon put that behind me.
P's mom (henceforth known as C) arrived in the early morning and we made our first trip to SFO to pick her up. Then, I worked the rest of the day (again, boo) while C and P went out to breakfast and generally waited around for our evening flight.
... place with so much history. When you reach the cell block, they supply you with an audio device to do as self guided tour. It was a great tour.
Once we got back to shore, we walked to Fisherman's Wharf for a look around. It is a fantastic tourist area. We then walked a couple of blocks and caught a cable car downtown to Union Square. The cable car is driven by a guy using a lever inside the tram.
We spent the afternoon exploring Union Square. ...