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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarina Inn San Francisco
Great location to everything I needed and it was comfortable with a small but adequate breakfast. They only problem was that their Wifi played up a bit while I was there.
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I have never been to San Francisco before and I must admit it has a lot to discover. Tourists are very well catered for so I don't think you would ever get board. There are plenty of places to eat and experience the alternative style of living
... pictures of the scenery. So we moved on and walked for about an hour, by now we are becoming quite familiar with The Streets of San Francisco, for those of you who remember the series starring Karl Malden and Micheal Douglas.
We are getting around really well with the bus and trolley service. We went straight into the city and had a nice Japanese meal to end another fine day. Next morning we had booked bike hire on Viator from the night before, the company ...
... international terminal. The koru lounge in the International terminal was quite full and we read and played computer games whilst flights were called to most cities in Australia, Los Angeles and finally San Francisco.
The good news was that our application for our upgrade was granted (although we didn't find out until we got to the gate) and we found ourselves sitting in business class. This too was full with our entry. We felt ...
... with cars and pedestrians. Driving is a challenge.
Up and down we went until we arrived at our first stop, Grace Cathedral. This is a Roman Catholic church famous for serving the rich and famous in San Francisco. It is a stunning building with huge murals, priceless stained glass windows and a huge arched ceiling. It is an active church. People were meditating in the pews as we walked through. It was a peaceful interlude in an otherwise bustling ...
Day 3. Given that day 2 only came to a close at 2am, and day 3 started at 5.45, it has been a very tiring day. The reason for the late finish was certain individuals seeking artistic perfection with their chalk board designs. Of course, there was plenty of constructive critism to assist in the process. Makeup for the girls and location setup for the boys meant an early start and a busy day. The ...