Hotel Mira Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... going on the tour. There was plenty of Italian food like pastas and pizzas, and 2 drinks each - we had 2 big glasses of red wine each ! We met Kathy, Beccy and Vic, and ate with them. Later we met Wally and Joyce and they were nice too. So a very interesting day, and we're happy to be in San Francisco ! We have to be up early in the morning to get to breakfast before the first tour ......one of San ...
Sacramento --> Richmond via Amtrak = 2 hours Richmond--> SFO via BART = 1 hour Three hours in SFO = The start of my travel blog. Soon I will fly 6 hours to San Salvador, El Salvador and then 2 hours to Roatan, Honduras. Eventually I will reach my home for the next 4 weeks: West End on the Bay Island of Roatan in Honduras. I will ...
What a perfect morning, it's hot but not as hot and humid as recently. Did my 2 mile walk around the deck and the sun was up long before me and I was out at 7.45. There are so many dolphins it's becoming the norm, passengers are becoming blasé about it now. Haven't seen any whales or turtle yet but flying fish are everywhere we look. Paul won this mornings shuffle board competition which earned him a gold star, the more you collect the bigger the prize at the end if ...
... the left side of the traffic while walkers were on the other side. It was an amazing ride, so impressive. Up close the colour of the bridge is rust and not really red at all. We loved the ride and were quite amped when we got to the other end. To get to that point it'd taken us about an hour and a half.
The ride back was so much easier, a lot of it downhill thank god and only took us 50 minutes.
Dropped the bikes off and wandered along to ...
... at which time it began to rain. Fellow treckers pulled out their kagools and donned their sou'westers. We had forsaken such items and packed an extra box of fig rolls instead. It was damp. Convincing wife that we didn't want to sit in a cave and admire how pretty it was, wasn't easy but after regular pauses to let the rain drip on us via overhanging rock and leaves, we finally reached the trail head again. We were wet. So wet that we decided to forgo the shuttle bus back and ...