Hotel San Carlos - San Carlos
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... than stupid. I saunter past rather than dig in, passing rack after rack as if an article of clothing is going to raise its hand and say "try me!"
This is all my mother's fault. With 4 daughters and a middle American budget, she became an excellent seamstress, to the point (after her Stretch 'n Sew class) that she even made my two-piece bathing suits. My senior prom gown was made in coral silk, my first pants suit as a ...
there are stretches through rolling twisty farm and scrub. Them more ocean views which are breathtaking. Some of the riding gets really interesting with some killer hairpins.
Route 1 hooks up with 101 north of San Francisco and I got caught in a traffic backup. In California lane splitting is legal on motorcycles. That means bikes can weave thru the Traffic jams driving between cars wherever ...
... the grey, come the boats....and Team NZ win the Louis Vuitton against Prada. SO exciting to be there and witness it. Go Team NZ.
After such excitement...we head to Fishermans Wharf again to find a late lunch. Joe's Crab Shack is Max's choice and its a good one. There was a queue, (good sign), and a 20 minute wait, not such a good sign as we had to get back down to the ...
... is much harder work than other cities due to the ridiculousy steep hills everywhere so after 6hrs of exploring we were both knackered and went back to the hostel for an afternoon nap. Then dragged ourselves out for a dinner to try the local Dungerness crab which didn't disappoint. Cracking first day in San Francisco. Beautiful city with great views, good seafood but way too many steep roads! Tomorrow we plan to hire bikes and cycle over the Golden Gate ...
... flight then another hour wasted trying to get a shuttle bus to hotel for $17 each. We gave up and got a cab for $50. Walked downtown via Market Street - very scary and was accosted by one crazy freak. Hard to get through the homeless crowd at the visitor centre. Bought 3 day transport pass and headed to Fishermans wharf. Got ourselves hop on off bus ticket with second day free. And headed back to our hotel on it as weather got really cold. Dinner out at Medateranean style joint on Hayes ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking