Marines Memorial Club Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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After a sleep in this morning, we got ready and headed down towards the Embarcadero and the waterfront to find ourselves some sort of party for Independence Day.
There were a bunch of markets down there, and we passed one guy selling tshirts with really cool designs on them. We had a chat with the guy who had made and designed them, who was a muso from Finland, and Darren bought a shirt with a bear playing a California-shaped guitar.
We grabbed a ...
... was basically the only thing to do there, walked down the hill and waited for the boat back, because we were starving. We didnīt go up to the top deck this time but stayed inside and we witnessed and awesome conversation between one of the (hot!) sailors working there and a bird. Yes, a bird. It was hopping around our table by the stairs and the guy came to it, stopped, looked at it and he goes: „Get off my boat, ...
... aware of the significance of that street, it is the street mentioned when Sally Field gives Robin Williams her address in Mrs Doubtfire. I actually got to see 2640 Steiner Street, San Francisco!! Mrs Doubtfire's house!! It was everything I could have imagined and a little emotional. There were two trees out the front with stones all around them covered in handwritten messages from people all over the world for when Robin ...
... a CityPass that includes sites and buses/cable car Our first coupon was the Aquarium as it was next to Alcatraz office. It was good but Sydney's is better. It was down at the wharf. We got our bike rental sorted to go over the Golden Gate on Saturday then wandered to the cable car back to Market St (lovely Chrissy lights on Macy's). And back to the apartment for an early night The crims will get to ...
... neatly between my esophagus and throat for the entire climb. On the way back across the bridge, they had opened a lane up just for cyclists, so I could zoom across full speed ahead without looking down for fear I may pass out :). I found a beautiful cemetery nestled at the foot of the bridge on the other side, and from there I kept going and made my way into an area known as the Presidio, it's an old naval area with some beautifully restored barracks, ...