Lombard Motor Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLombard Motor Inn San Francisco
The Lombard Motor Inn was a clean hotel in a very good location for many activities in the Fishermen's Wharf area. We were able to park the campervan on the main level (NOTE - The lower level is not high enough for the van) and leave it there for 3 days while we bussed, taxied or walked around the city. We had a coffee machine in the room so with a few breakfast supplies (yogurt, cereal, milk), we were able to have a leisurely breakfast in our room.
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Perfect weather for biking, clear and cool
Drive: used Public Transportation, walked, biked, took a ferry
Sights: The Presidio, Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, Alcatraz, Ferry Building
Activities: - rented a Tandem Bike and biked from Fisherman's Wharf, across the Golden Gate
Bridge to Sausalito - Blazing Saddles …
It poured rain all day!
Drive: No driving - Campervan stayed in the indoor parking at the Lombard Inn while we explored
Taxis: Beware of taxi driver rip-offs! Meters that stop working, strange phone calls, etc.
$15.00 + $10.00
Sights: sightseeing in San Francisco - Washington Square, Coit Tower, …
Drive: Hodgdon Meadow Campground, Yosemite to San Francisco ( 160 m )
San Francisco toll bridge - $4.00
Gas: - Martica - $60.00
Sights: San Francisco, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Lombard Street, Cable Cars
Activities: wandered through Fisherman's Wharf
Pier 39 - Sea Lions, shops, street performers, musicians< …
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... on food and a place to watch the UFC. We ignored all their suggestions and decided to get Chinese which is right next to the hotel. Until we found Alfred's Steakhouse that was down an alley near our hotel. It has been open since 1928 and the food was delicious. We had also been told to check out the Bay Bridge lights. So after dinner we took a walk down Washington Avenue towards the bridge. I also wanted to check it out as there is a Baskin Robbins on the way. So we went to ...