Howard Johnson Express Inn - San Mateo
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... the prison. Fantastic stories that highlight the rich history from the prisoners, guards and their families viewpoint that lived on the island. An amazing place to visit!
After this, we headed back to the San Francisco Golden Gate Rugby Club for an Easter meal. Again we were blown away by the hospitality of Tony Wells and his club, the meal was amazing and what was needed after a long day sightseeing. The boys ...
... probably more important that responding to my 'thanks' for the cup of hot chocolate I'd just used the coffee machine to make. I guess, perhaps, it doesn't make much sense for me to be thanking her for something a machine did? Nope, instead it was a guy who I'm pretty sure was either asleep, or so focused on his phone or something that he didn't even look up when I moved a chair to get a better look outside. Surprise, surprise. Rain in San Francisco looks much the same as ...
... been drugged and collapsed, would be taken by the crimp, through a trap door and a series of tunnels to the waterfront, where they would be dumped onto the ship of a waiting captain. The sailor would wake up with a headache, on a ship bound for Shanghai and face 2 years at sea. The crimp would receive the first two months of the sailor’s pitiful wages for his services, and the captain gets his crew. Everyone wins except for the sailor. ...
... which saved us $30 although we did make a donation. We even had a nice Dim Sum basket for brunch in the museum's cafe.
After that we had to make our way to Stern Grove which is away from the city proper. We got on a trolley street car and asked the driver if we were going in the right direction and he very kindly told us we should catch the underground street car and told us which one to catch. He even gave us a free ...
... I’ve mentioned before, but I’ve been using Priceline for these hotels, and the front desk assigns the room when you arrive. Usually we get a queen or a king as expected, but this time we got the best room in the house.
It will be sad to leave the city since we feel like we missed out on some things, but tomorrow we continue on to Los Angeles, where we get a quick glance at a celebrity, along with the requisite screaming teenage ...