Inn at Oyster Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... that was so interesting and cool to see. There's a ferry that takes you across and there are great views sailing in towards the island. Again, it's something so iconic and ingrained in public consciousness that it was just so cool to see it in person. The audio tour they have there was so interesting too, some of the stories about inmates or escapes we were kind of familiar with, but to see the places that they happened was really eerie and ...
... is 1.7 miles long and it was well worth the walk. Anyone considering going to San Fran and wanting to visit the bridge, you must walk or bike ride over it - there is noting like it and you wont get the same experience when you go over on the bus.
We then jumped back on a bus and headed to Sausalito, this is a very lovely little sea side town. The houses, shops ...
... temperature drop. By the time we got home it had dropped to 62 degrees. Thank the cold ocean current that surrounds our peninsula in the summer on three sides, cools us down and creates all those marvelous fogs. We don't know who said it, but it's a great line: "The coldest winter I ever spent, was a summer in San Francisco." No, it wasn't Mark Twain as legend has it.
The boys were ...
... was an American cartoonist, entrepreneur and amateur anthropologist with a penchant for the exotic and odd. Believe it or Not is an exhibition and interactive tour through his collection. We started off with the bed of nails. Brimming with bravado in front of Sam and Benjamin I nonchalently lay on the bed and raised the nails. I was immediately skewered fairly unpleasantly in the back by a load of quite sharp nails. We moved quickly on. We spent ...
... Seeing that we were now down the street in the right direction, we decided to go and find the Safeway store that I'd found on the internet. It said it wasn't far, but in fact it turned out to be much longer than we expected. So by now, we're walking along a big street, just heading towards the street Safeways is in. Just as we go to cross a small street, an Asian-looking couple about our own age come from the side street and we cross together. The ...