Marina Village Inn
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... We used the Westin, cuz we’re classy. Then we were onto Chinatown where we did a little shopping. San Francisco’s Chinatown is really nice. The streets are clean, the shops are well kept and full of fun stuff, and everyone seemed really nice. That’s a point for San Francisco. Catch up, New York. We missed the last bus and had to take a much longer walk than anticipated to catch the next one, but we made it. We didn’t get to get off at ...
... in the fridge so I reached up and ate both apples, which did relieve some of the pain and allowed me to go back to sleep.
Waking up round 2 was much easier and after a shower I set off for a day full of the tackiest tourist things to do in San Francisco. Given the hung feeling I had I decided to walk cause I could deal with people in my space so about 4-5 miles later I make it to the heart of ...
... what he means but he was fantastic and I was in jazz heaven - I don't really care what he meant but I want to remember that forever! After listening to them for ages, ordering the pianist his dinner and stalling the show for a chat, we wandered home. Day made by a four piece jazz band in a little restaurant, downtown San Fransisco. I'm now going to let the many sirens of San Fran sing their song and send me to sleep. Night everyone ...
... our burger joint. I was still stuffed from the rissoles so I had a wrap instead. I've tried an in and out when I was in LA so I wasn't missing out. Back in the van and a few more hours of driving and 195 miles later we finally reached San Fran, although it took ages trying to get through the toll booth and weave all through all the traffic it was crazy never seen traffic like it! Unfortunately we couldn't drive over the Golden Gate Bridge as ...
... hostage, I can imagine everyone has the same thoughts! We were given head sets to listen to and we headed into the main prison, it was extremely creepy and I made the mental note not to stand inside any of the cells! The information given by the narrator was fascinating and it was scary to believe what went on. I had never realised that prison officers and their families actually lived on the island but I suppose this made sense! Imagine raising ...