Hotel Tropica

Address: 663 Valencia St, San Francisco, California, 94110-1150, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Mission District area of San Francisco, is near The Mission, Mission Dolores, Women's Building Mural, and Paxton Gate.
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        Home Away from Home

        A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Oct 02, 2015

        4 comments, 33 photos

        ... The occasion was made extra special because Elena’s cousin Sharon Bass, whom Rich has known and loved since she was a little girl, came over to visit!

        Sunday brought Johnny’s first game on a new Little League team. It was a beautiful day and great to see him playing. The most exciting moment came when he was playing center field and reached way up behind his head to snag a high fly ball and practically did a back somersault, coming up with the ...

        And...Away we go.....

        A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 16, 2015

        ... somewhere in Mill Valley.

        OK….now through security- no grey tubs. Only laptops in the grey tubs. Whatever. The couple in front of me were practically undressing and moving at a snail’s pace REALLY??? MOVE. I gently went in front of them as they removed their shoes…hint – slip on shoes makes life easier for EVERYONE. Now I know why the line is so long. Rookie mistake.

        Got through ...


        A travel blog entry by buddyp on Sep 04, 2015

        25 photos

        ... prison.

        Eventually the military abandoned this island and the fortress. During the 1920's prohibition bred many gangs and their brutal leaders like Al Capone. Alcatraz was the answer. Incorrigible prisoners could not be held in a better place.The legend began.

        I'll leave the rest of the history to you. There are many resources on line. The island quickly became famous for the tough conditions and the guests who were invited to live there. ...

        Love love love San Fran

        A travel blog entry by jamee on Aug 13, 2015

        15 photos

        ... painted in pastel. Alongside the official tour was the unofficial sites along the way which included the Twin Peaks pub also known as the glass coffin a throw at the age of the patrons, rainbow cloured pedestrian crossings, the Castro Theatre and of course many colourful people characters (see photo).

        On our way back via a trolley tram we stopped off at City Hall where Harvey Milk and the Mayor were assassinated by the ex superintendent Harvey Milk replaced in ...

        San Francisco Part 2

        A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 29, 2015

        11 photos

        ... directions (although we were extremely skeptical when she told us we had to pass under a tunnel). However, much to our surprise and delight, we ended up at the famous gate. I needed to document this feet of ours and GoGo Gadgets arms weren’t oiled up enough so I had to resort to running into traffic to take a picture of the gang under the arch. So now that we were officially in Chinatown (and I knew this because instead of ducks ...