Hotel Villa San Miguel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Trivia stayed here on Dec 10, 2014 during their trip titled: Two Months in Central America.
... not have been more perfect and both the ceremony and reception went off without a hitch. Everyone had fun and we even had a bochi challenge (Lisa ended up as the MVP). All in all, a great day without any specific stuff to mention, other than the fantastic cake (four varieties!). Now it is time for some dinner and the earliest night possible before heading out to see the Golden Gate in the ...
... ride to Alcatraz Island. We picked up our audio guide and were on our way. This was a prison that prisoners who had misbehaved in other prisons were sent too. I would have thought that the threat to be sent to any prison would make anyone behave. Like all prisons, I guess, the thing that struck me was the lack of privacy. As you would know there are many stories surrounding Alcatraz, some true some not.
There were 3 men who ...
... took a walk around Union Square and then collapsed for a good night sleep after a big day of travelling.
Boxing Day had us back on the tour buses for a full day tour of the Napa and Sonoma wine regions. We visited three wineries and stopped for 90 minutes in the Napa town centre itself. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the region, however was quite funny as he had a problem with his plurals and would refer ...
... to different haunts of San Francisco so we could experience all facets of real San Franciscan life. From the corner of Haight and Ashbury to the famous square of Castro, each had its own character, which just added to the splendour and colour of the city.
We ended the tour on a suitably high note, on top of Twin Peaks, the highest point of San Francisco, where the city spread out below us like the sea it merged into. We were on top of the world. We love this city!