Lafayette Park Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLafayette Park Hotel & Spa
Hidden gem, in the middle of no where, so to speak. The staff was great, and the premium king room was worth the upgrade. Its about an hour from Napa, but close to Concord, Berkeley and Oakland.
Restaurant on property was excellent, and there's a spa on site, which we didn't take advantage of. Overall an excellent stay. A+
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It is hard to believe that we are on the last full day of our US holidays. What a day to finish off on - American Independence day!
We hired bikes at Fisherman's Wharf to ride to the Golden Gate bridge and beyond. The Palace of Fine Arts is a monument and lake originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art.
It started getting very grey as we rode ...
... mentions the forbidden word (lunch). Cirsty can not believe that he could even think of food as there are things to see and places to go. Ryan discovers that travelling with Cirsty may end up being very cheap if he doesn't get to stop for lunch. He also vows to eat more breakfast next time. Cirsty relents and the pair stop at a pub for lunch (3.00pm) where Ryan enjoys a burger, chips and beer. Helpful waitress teachers the ...
... by the name of Craven. Afternoon spent wandering down The zig zag street Lombard Ave to Fishermans Wharf. Clam Chowder Soup in Sour Dough bowl was still great as Dad said, even we loved it. Weather next day fantastic and what better day to do the bike ride over the Golden Gate, via Chrissy Fields, Presidio, the Marina, Fort Mason, Palace of Fine Art. Got some great photos of the Bridge, the City and Alcatraz. A few hills got ...
... the time haha. That night we went saw The Grandmaster at the Castro Theatre in the Castro District. It is a beautiful old theatre with gold decor and a little ticket booth outside- just like in the movies!
That brings us to my last day in San Francisco! Lin Lin and I went to a patisserie for breakfast (a savoury and a sweet course were had) followed by a spot of shopping and picking up a box of macaroons from Lin Lin's favourite spot. Well, I'm kinda ...
... to make some guesses, and ended up heading east! However, it’s not too bad, as we get to see Stow Lake, which is nice and idyllic, and when walking past a couple feeding the ducks, they gave the kids some spare bread, so they could have a go as well. We say thank you, but we don’t want to stay too long, otherwise we’ll miss the bus! We walk through the rose garden and get to the bus stop on Park Presidio with a bit of time ...