Hotel San Carlos - San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the sky these eagles were circling, perhaps 100 feet above the road.) Once, one swooped down and crossed the road at my eye level, (me traveling at the speed limit) - close enough to jolt me out of the hypnotism of the road and probably scared the eagle too.
6. Trucks. I have driven the I5 several times before. I had never really noted the trucks much. On this drive, it seemed that every second car was a giant truck. And, apparently, they are ...
... out between the past and some kind of fashionista-driven future, kind of like a cross between the '60s Haight-Ashbury and Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. it's a weird dichotomy for sure. I noticed that apartments in the area are going for up to $5000/month. Yow.
At one point, the girls went of to some bookstores while I hit some record stores, including Rasputin Records and the San Francisco branch of Amoeba Music, where I picked up some nice "dad rock" vinyl. We ...
... renovated stylish beautiful zen home and we exhale a sigh of relief that we got it right this time with the shared accom. Our first night in San Fran, let's go explore!! We tram to the Ferry Building and walk down to Pier 39. A casual stroll down the Embarcedro (which smells like weed) is cold but the sun just helps take that edge off. Pete's been lugging around our big winter jackets in his backpack (hey I'm a girl, I need more space than he does) and ...
... S. I settled instead for a few photos. It is a nice looking vehicle, the one in the photo is worth over $100k. After walking around a while we ate at the California Kitchen and then went to see Laura where we were greeted by our gracious host and Miss V (Violet).
Next day we had a chance to tour the town a little more closely. Laura ...
... after all that we ended up just driving in. Driving over the Golden Gate Bridge for the first time was incredible and it just seemed so surreal we were actually there. When we got into the city we weren’t exactly sure where to start but Pier 41 seemed like a good place so we drove there and looked for a park. Easier said than done! It was either way too expensive or full, so we changed our plan! Dan was telling me about this famous windy street in San Fran so I Googled where ...