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TravelPod Member ReviewsMission Inn San Francisco
Rather far from the city but free parking and the BART train was only 8 blocks away.
Good clean place - recommended.
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... the game. Having found the Irish bar that we were looking for they charged us $20 each to enter, bit of a shock but had no choice if we wanted to watch the game, Sue found 2 seats with some really nice young ladies who have lived in San Fran for 24 years, one from New Zealand and one from Scotland, who was right up front, she would support Australia.
They were great company and a real good laugh, although we lost it was a fantastic atmosphere totally rammed ...
... of sleep.
There was a very good television section for entertainment. We were both too tired to manage a film but caught up on some favourite TV shows (Episodes and the Big Bang Theory) and saw some new ones (True Detectives which was riveting and The Brink which was tastelessly amusing and worth persevering with). We don’t think these are just for business class but will check them out (they were also on offer in premium ...
... After a 20 minute tour of the suburb, we ended up back on the pre-planned (also the google suggested route) and worked our way into the city.
It didn't take long to start marveling at how steep some of the hills were and we drove past Lombard Street a couple of times. For those that don't know (I didn't), it was a street that they decided was too steep for motor vehicles (relatively new inventions at the time without ...
... cards get picked up the most.
We had gone grocery shopping at a Wal-Mart and Ray's Grocery somewhere along the route to the condo. Apparently this is the Wal-Mart for old hippies and lost souls. We saw worn-out, old hippies everywhere. Usually they were on the wrong side of the road in dark clothing, walking their dog, with their back to traffic.
We unpacked and had an uneventful evening - we were both bushed and jet-lagged!
... The art works, which use, iron and even Lego, communicate freedom of expression and human rights. It was very moving.
We had lunch at the famous Pier 39 - the most overrated part of San Francisco I reckon - too touristy for me.
Even though the cable car is a tourist attraction, we loved it. It's a cool piece of engineering. Dad and I got to ride on the sideboards which was neat but a bit scary because there wasn't much ...