Travel Blogs from San Francisco
... of sliding lane changes with exits on both left and right hand sides, going on and on off the left hand side which was notably faster and trickier, not quite the white knuckle ride from hell but I did grip my stearing wheel with equal amounts of fear and determination! Really didn't appreciate the lack of warning when it split into 3 options, 2 lanes right 2 lanes straight ahead and 1 left - yes we lost a lane. Oh and the joy of having 2 exits ...
... in a pinney, handing out menus etc. We could hardly believe our eyes! After a great evening we caught the cable car back up the hill. This time Nathan joined Rach on the side of the car, agreeing it was more fun than sitting down. Rach even suceeded this time in taking photos and film. Once back in Union Square we made a quick dash to the hotel, passing interesting people on the ...
... up” and down, and one car was able to jack up one side or the other - quite an amazing sight.
We also saw Segue tours on the street – they looked ridiculous when I thought about the special cars which apparently “the boys” love to show off every weekend.
One thing that was funny – and fun - were the tiny little “cars” which I think were more like scooters but in a teeny ...
... are...we're classics!! Perhaps a beer from the Cannery here in San Fran will help our emotional state? Two may just dull the pain, three could help erase the memory (for a brief time) and four...who knows how four could help but it certainly wouldn't hurt!! They may be a humble cookie to some, but for us it was pure indulgence.Moving along...today we strolled around ...
Here we are sitting mindlessly in the airport awaiting our flight, so I thought I'd inflict upon you our distilled wisdom on all things American. In other words, what Wenz and I have learned in the last month.
- these are the most courteous drivers we've ever seen
- the national parks are gorgeous - congratulations to Utah for stumping up when Washington stopped funds
- you can legally turn right on a red light
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.