Inn at Oyster Point
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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TripAdvisor Reviews Inn at Oyster Point South San Francisco
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... lasted 5 hours and the driver as a character, but there is so much to see around San Francisco we missed out on seeing the Golden Gate Bridge in the afternoon as the fog came in really thick which made the bridge invisible to anyone.
We also stopped at the Japanese Tea Garden, Coit Tower, Twitter HQ, and many more.
The tour driver dropped us off at the top of Lombard street so we could walk down the street and then go back onto our hotel, we arrived ...
... has stood still since the 60's. In a place like this very peace loving hippy part of town it's hard to believe it has a name such as Haight (pronounced hate). Chiara decided this was where she was going to spend a fair amount of her money on clothes in the reasonably priced, non commercial clothing shops. All the walking obviously burned off the kids breakfast so they grabbed a pizza slice to keep them going. We decided there really wasn't enough ...
... cereal,all manner of bagels and toast,bananas and orange segments and then one can bake pancakes and accompany them with honey or maple syrup! So the problem is deciding what to have rather than going hungry.Thursday night there was a free wine and cheese tasting and Sunday free drinks. So of course I had my G and T! The walking tour was brilliant ,also free, and I got a real good sight of the city and the backstreet stories. The Chinese fortune cookie maker ...
... enjoy my last couple days as I got to spend time relaxing with my family. We wasted no time exploring the city as we headed down to Fisherman's Wharf. Here the city was alive. Even though it was a Thursday afternoon the streets were packed with people. Markets lined the streets, local bands were playing on the corners, and boats were coming and going out into the Bay. We headed into a restaurant that overlooked the Bay and grabbed something ...
... behind Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone National Park.
Mark: (1) Driving through beautiful scenery between Cody, Wyoming and the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park while listening to classic rock radio stations; (2) Hiking up and through the river in the narrows of Zion Canyon with the boys; (3) Swimming almost every night with the boys and seeing them improve.
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