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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... excited for scoring 2 queen beds for $90 a night which ended up cheaper than us all paying for a hostel. We relaxed and un winded chilling in our hotel room and decided to try meet Emily Lucas who was coincidently here at the same time. We took the free shuttle to the airport and then the BART (train) into Union Square which is central San Fran. Having only wifi in free wifi spots was to hard to meet with Emily so Allana, Steph and I had delicious Japanese. 22nd ...
... the culprit was found. Quillen's hand was soon forced by his fellow inmates who couldn't be without their ice cream. But for me the highlight of the tour was the exercise yard. Open to the conditions that the island faced, you could almost feel the intensity that must had been felt between the feuding groups in the small confined space. Fisherman's Wharf is a neighborhood and popular tourist attraction in San Francisco. It roughly encompasses the northern ...
... We had a bit of time to spare here so I ended up finding a cafe and having a rosemary and white chocolate cocoa. It was so delicious. We were headed for the motel next which was downtown and near a popular shopping district. There was an amazing mural on the side of the hotel building that said stay inside a stop sign and then the name of the hotel. So cool to see. We all quickly cleaned up and met up again to head down to the wharf. Tonight's plan involved a sunset catamaran ...
So today we managed to fit all the bags into the car, success!!!!!!!
Off to the zoo for a wander with the wild. The first thing we encounter is a station for charging you electric cat, how awesome and environmentally friendly!
We decided we would catch a ride on the gondola over the zoo to start from the back. Man is there a lot of trees still left at this zoo!! its pretty amazing to see how ...
... our buses at home are useless if you don’t know the area.
When we jumped off the bus, at the stop nearest the park -we only had to walk a block or two to the park-, we were greeted with ‘DONUT WORLD’… Mmmm doughnuts… We were strong though, and walked right on by. Go us! ;O) Anyway, I digress… The main purpose of our visit to Golden Gate Park was to visit the Japanese Tea Garden. I ...