- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What an incredible day it's been! San Francisco is such a pretty city with the most amazing (I think Victorian style) houses that line every sloped street. We started the day with eggs and coffee at the apartment with Vanessa and Brendan and headed out at 930 with their dogs in tow, Mischa and Schwarzer. First stop was Alamo Square which overlooks …
... saw this bridge 50 years ago this month, on his way to Hawaii. My Corgi calculus tells me that makes Dad old.
Another meager and random product of evolution, thrown in the vast land of San Francisco, California. Aspirations growing stronger and larger with every step in this city. From arrival, rain was heavy and we were more than lost without our mums. Although the flight was delayed by one hour due to the actual door being broken, we felt as though if our mums were there, somehow the plane would have been fine. I slept for about 3hrs, and the rest of the time was ...
... the extras too. But forget it boy- the closest you'll get to a hot dog is Pepper and she's getting on too. By the way, on a sad note, as part of further research on my coming thesis, San Francisco: It's a Dog’s Life mentioned in a previous post (I trust you are implementing the changes I recommended for you then) I have observed that many dogs have masters who have taken to sleeping on footpaths. These dogs do indeed live ...
... and also primarily in the streets of San Francisco. San Francisco also was the home to Robin Williams, so this seemed like a fitting tribute to view this majestic building. We then continued to weave our way around the the districts through to the Mission district of San Fran. This area is regarded as a poorer end of San Fran and is mainly inhabited by the many mexican migrants that made their way to the area many many years ago. ...