Hotel San Carlos - San Carlos
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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 ...
... for the America's Cup which San Francisco is hosting in September. We also saw a couple of porpoises that came to the surface as well as a sea lion that was just chillaxing by the docks. I will try to include a picture of our skipper as he had an amazing beard.
We spent some time walking around and shopping at Fisherman's Wharf. There were a lot of neat things to see. However, it didn't impress me to the level of the ...
... areas to allow human habitation, and they build the ever present concrete to hold more food vendors and stores to buy a bigger and better tv/couch/car from. A good read is 'animal, vegetable, miracle' which a friend recently lent me, which explains my pains at watching this type of thing go on. I highly recommend it (and I'm still yet to finish it). Anyway, I digress. We drove up the driveway and there she was. I think ...
Very early on Monday 21st January (it was a bank holiday
in the States), Shobu Masi came to drop us off at the airport for our JetBlue
flight to San Francisco. We had said bye at the car and then the next thing we know
she is in the terminal waving us off again – so sweet! Having gone to SF with
my girlfriends for a graduation holiday a few years earlier, I couldn’t wait to
be back in the Bay and ...
... were spectacular to say the least.
There are so many different districts in SF and because we have used the public transport system (weekly pass, courtesy of Tom and mainly on trams and trolley buses), we have seen most. It is a sprawling city built on a series of hills (mountains to me; I have climbed Everest and back this last week) and allegedly, the system is good. Hmm, we’re not so sure. Got to give it them, they ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking