Marina Bay Inn & Suites

Address: 915 W Cutting Blvd, Richmond, California, 94804, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 915 W Cutting Blvd, Richmond, is near Angel Island State Park, Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, Golden Gate Fields, and Point Isabelle.
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    Totally touristy in SF

    A travel blog entry by threadlet on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... off bus at Golden Gate Park and buy hot dogs and pretzel for a picnic lunch. 6) Hire bikes and cycle to the kids' playground and carousel where we chill for an hour whilst the kids blow off steam. 7) Catch bus back via hippy quarter and Japantown and get off at Union Square ready to freshen up before dinner. 8) Eat dinner at the Grill attached to hotel. Nice food and convenient location after action-packed ...

    Monthly Mash - January 2015

    A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... on the range. Players score points based on accuracy and distance to target. Although the hockey & golf produced mediocre results the strategy will no doubt deliver an exceptional dividend to the business in 2015.

    Our next outing would also involve a couple of firsts...a trip on the BART to Oakland's Oracle Arena to see the legendary Harlem Globetrotters. Big Easy, Buckets, Flight Time and the rest of the HGT roster put on an entertaining show against ...

    San Francisco to L.A.

    A travel blog entry by bevj on Sep 07, 2014

    33 photos

    ... drives and it’s easy to see why. The road is very well managed with no food outlets or commercialism. Once we got to Monterey the vistas were magnificent all the way down to Santa Barbara. Our only regret was we couldn’t spend longer. But there is so much to see and do everywhere it would have been at the expense of another area. I really wanted to see Hearst Castle the former residence of Randolph Hearst the newspaper tycoon but we arrived too ...

    Fog, ferries and felons

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2014

    ... from the buildings to the advertising boards to the business signs, screams nostalgia.

    Now we encountered the Scourge of San Francisco, and the biggest tax dollar earner in the area - the San Francisco fog. Descending on the city throughout July and August as a result of the clash of two microclimates, the fog completely obliterated our view of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. The tax dollars come from all tourists' immediate compulsion to buy a San Francisco sweater to ...

    San Francisco - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by mainey on Jun 10, 2014

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... SF is this place sun goes down about 8.30pm and shops stay open till late every night.

    Had tea at a Players Sports bar, showing Baseball and Basketball finals. Started chatting to a group who were brothers meeting at central place of SF whom were from Portland, New York and LA, who asked the question what do we think about our Prime Minister? which we found an interesting question with no response. Headed back to Pier 2620 for a quite glass of ed before ...

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