Hotel Villa San Miguel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... areas we were driving through and gave us some background on the history of Yosemite. The scenery on the train had mostly been very flat farm land, sometimes corn, sometimes cows and sometimes orchards (This is the area that the majority of your almonds come from). The scenery at the beginning of our bus ride was very similar but interspersed with small towns and quaint houses. As we drew nearer to the park the landscape began to change... Here come the hills. Hills suddenly changed ...
... is why there was a short post last night. Got up this morning and did the tourist trap thing and did a bus tour of the city. After that we hopped off the bus and walked thru Fisherman's Wharf. Tomorrow we are planning on riding South to Monterey/Carmel area, I hope it is warmer. The tour guide told us June/July is the coldest time of year for San Fran and that Sept/Oct is the warmest. ...
... Flatlanders} . Being totally worn out we walked back to the Ferry Terminal and had Tea and shared a baguette while we waited for our return trip. Another day, we visited our friend Suzy's sister, Marilyn and her partner, Michael in Napa. They took us to a delightful outdoor Mexican restaurant and shared the city of Napa with us. Thank you Marilyn and Michael for a wonderful afternoon. San Francisco was an exciting and fun stop on our trip.
... example of a smoker who had stood too close to the bus and taken too long, as well as ordering us to put the toilet lid down. Fair enough, who wants to be held up and/or have a coach smelling like ****? Rhetorical question. Don't answer that.
San Francisco is one of those places you can just instantly fall in love with. I was staying in Fort Mason in a beach house style hostel, complete with glorious sunset, a zen room, Golden Gate Bridge to ...
... cervezas and some catching up.
It was about this time that I actually started researching and planning my trip. Might as well...I'll be breaking into Mexico in a month. Most of my day was spent in a coffee shop, reading Lonely Planet, playing with Google maps, and contracting an awesome computer virus. Woohoo!
That night it was all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink, and all-you-can-Jackie. Last time I saw Jackie Oh (one of the original ...