Inn at Oyster Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... be home although they are not looking forward to going back to school on Tuesday. Milo, after helping to unload the car, immediately went outside to bike and play soccer with his neighborhood friends; Noah was super excited to be reunited with his Star Wars and Lego toys, and after he had gotten that out of his system, joined the others for soccer outside.
All things must pass.
... The kids are happy with this site because they have pancakes mornings, petting farm, tractor rides, bouncy pillow and lots more bits for them to do. Most of all the got very excited when we were told that at 9pm later tonight there is a movie night on whilst kids can swim. Well, they thought this was amazing and started to strip off instantly and make a run for it because it was 8.45pm. Des and I wrapped up because it's nippy at night and went to watch ...
... hills. It's almost worse than Sydney (Australia). I hope I'll still be able to walk after this vacation, because so far I've done everything here on foot. That means I have walked almost 30 km, over rather steep hills sometimes (so it feels as if it was a lot more).
Regarding the being one of the gay capitals of the world, I've never seen a city that has so many rainbow flags out. So I guess it could be true. :)
... These guys were never found. We then boarded our ferry and came back. It was so super cold and we were hungry so our plan was to catch a cab back to our hotel and then get food. We couldn't find any cabs so decided to walk to a food place, we made it all the way back to ours without finding a good food place - including going up the biggest steepest hill. We then just ordered pizza which came at about 11pm. The pizza was huge and ...
... the famous Pyramid of the financial district, the various top-end boutiques and department stores are all here including Macy's, Bloomingdales and Saks. In this respect, SF is much like every other major city - money needs to be spent… however we rebuffed these pleasures and headed for the Haight-Ashbury district. In 1967 this was the epicentre of the Summer of Love and is Hippy Central. If the Hippies ever get organized this is where the world head quarters would be. As it ...