Hotel San Carlos - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 4 of our Road trip
Monday we woke up in our motel in South San Francisco, near
to the airport. It’s a lot cooler here than we thought it would be, nearly
everyday we’re having to wear coats just to keep warm. We started off today
with a lovely long sleep in, which after 4 days mostly sleeping in the car was
MUCH needed. Then off we went to Lombard street, the ‘crookedest’ street in the
world. People have their weddings there! ...
... eating way too much food before a long cycle. Even so, she wished us luck and the rest of the day sailed by and we hit over 60 miles by 5.30. We stopped for the night in a town called Witney Point with a really nice Italian restaurant. The food is so cheep here it's about the same price to eat out compared to the supermarkets. After food, we struggled to find a campsite on route, and after asking around we finally camped close close to a river in a park. Another free nights sleep though ...
So, today we had an early start! Well by early I mean 7am our time, which is about 3pm your time! We got the early bird boat across to Alcatraz Island to spend the morning there. We did the cell block tour, I didn't realise how much history the place has! It was brilliant, definitely worth a visit if you haven't already been :-) Back on dry land ...
Yosemite & Giant Sequoias Tour are a more personal way of visiting Yosemite National Park. Yosemite Tours operate with Minibuses and 15-passenger Vans, and cost $144 (+$10 entrance fee) for adults and $91 (+$10 entrance fee) for children.Yosemite & Giant Sequoias Tour - Tour ...
... to the California academy of sciences museum.
I already had a ticket (pre-planning), so just had to exchange it for the actual ticket, inside there were lots of kids, so
i started where there was the least kids, it was an interesting
museum, but there was a lot for kids, so i left earlier then planned,
walked through the golden gate park again, stopping to have a look at
various aspects of the park ...