Inn at Oyster Point
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we reached the top (particularly Dick) we did not climb to the top of of the Coit tower; there was a lift, but quite a queue.
We started wander back to the Nob Inn then. Passing though the old beat generation area of North Beach we looked at the Jack Kerouac Alley and had a drink in the Vesuvio Cafe. Very interesting seeing the cafe inmates (high percentage of grey pony tails, beards etc). The cafe also has a balcony looking into the cafe, with one part wittily labelled as the ...
... to Pacific heights where some of the most expensive houses sell for. The views were amazing and anton had even researched how much some houses had sold for recently! We also saw the house in Mrs doubt fire :) We then had lunch at 'out the door' a Vietnamese restaurant advised by our tour guide. He even joined us!! We both had a Steamed bun and I had a chicken salad - amazing! While Doug had a chicken noodle thing ...
... talk about doing the hostel hokey cokey) and get me all checked back in. That evening I went out to meet Rachael who I met in the Marin hostel before I arrived in SF. We went to a nice bar around the corner from the hostel and had a couple of beers and a chat. It was great to get to know her better, I hope I see her again one day. When I got back to the hostel it was only about 9pm and I didn’t fancy going upstairs yet. So I ...
... 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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... on how similar it is to Barcelona. And it is. There are trams and the roads are all laid out in a grid system, so it is really easy to get around. There are tree lined avenues with a range of tall architectural buildings.
Before arriving, we had pre-booked a 3 day travel ticket which allows us to hop on and off the sight-seeing buses and included a trip to Alcatraz, so this morning we were out early ...