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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