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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
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We left our hotel really early this morning - We had to be at Marriott by 7:30 for Breakfast. We got to meet our table mates for the first time. 3 ladies are from FL. Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Ocala. All are wonderful and attend WCQC events all the time. We will see one of them at Daytona on our way back and 2 of 3 have registered for the Queen and VQ ...
Don't mind walking, have a rcar rental and we got the SF,Muir woods, Napa valley things covered.... But really want to get to know Sausalito like a native... I think the Boston accent will help us blend in :)
Love to hear about the "don't miss" spots as well. I can suggest New England things if traveling here.
... trek to the mosaic steps was another challenge but we conquered it and they were well worth the climb up several hills. Hopped on another bus to Union Sq to meet the cable car and we rode the hills, once again to the waterfront and our final walk home from there. Happy hour was at the smallest pub in the world - has 10 bar stools and they were all full! Then the Japanese restaurant lured us in. What a great final day. Head to Seattle ...