Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... when the only way to breath was to drink the rainwater streaming down our faces - and the heat of the Arizona desert when almost as much water was flowing, but it was sweat down our backs. The exceptional hospitality at the Rankins’, Ofts and the Rocking Horse Inn - and the more eccentric welcome from Horton’s House in Morrison. The most wondrous natural creations at Monument Valley and the Grand ...
... home run. Very exciting when that happened. Let's say there was some shouting and dancing done by the Kiwi fans.
We all enjoyed San Francisco a lot more than New York, friendlier people, less crowded and cleaner streets, also a lot more scenic. A place we would definitely return to.
Picked up the rental car this afternoon and started on our road trip down to LA to meet Richard off his flight tomorrow night. We've stopped off in Monterey for the night.
Today's been a jam-packed exhaustive day! After breakfast in the hotel (in which I decided to spill Cheerios over the floor!) we came back to the room and watched J Law on Kelly and Michael before setting out. We saw the city hall and then proceeded to discover twitter hq! Walking down the street we stopped off in Starbucks before we found Castro. We had a cookie from Hot Cookie before setting off on a trek to Haight ...
A few years ago on our way from Thailand to Bali, we had a truly unforgettable 6 hour layover in Kuala Lumpur. As probably the only unescorted western women in the airport we stood out like sore thumbs, it was hot/ humid, there was little to no food, though we did find a little deli that had warm beer under the counter. Per the small counter sign if you asked quietly it was delivered in little paper bags (kind of a modern day speakeasy). ...
... to Hyde Street to catch the Cable Car trolley to Lombard Street – "the crookedest street in the world". From Lombard Street we walked to Fishermans Wharf to take pictures of Alcatraz, shop, buy homemade sourdough bread at Boudin Bakery and tour Pier ...