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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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... group made its way across town to a festive Irish Pub.....epic cover band, dance floor, sharades and banter....it was a perfect end to a very special week for me. Thanks to 'G' yet again for another memorable adventure, for connecting me with 'real' people, and for employing the very best leaders who inspire. I'm staying with Airbnb (www.airbnb.com) for a week and exploring San Fran solo. If the weather plays ball, I hope to see this city....perched on a bicycle saddle. Nite ...
... an Indian place that was actually open and that served vegan food. It was amazing!
After a very late lunch we stopped by a cheap clothes shop and picked up a couple of things. It was now 5.30pm and our day, apart from the free oil samples and lunch, pretty much sucked. We had absolutely no idea where to get the bus from to get back and none of the bus stops were making any sense. We asked people, and bus drivers and they were sending us all over the place. After walking ...
... were going to Universal Studios were movies are made and everything comes to life. We hung out with the other kiwi family on our tour today and hit all the big rides first. First up was the all new despicable me 4D motion master ride which was great then we headed to the behind the scenes tram tour of all the movie lots. We saw the backlots of 'Psycho' 'Jaws' the street of desperate housewives the movie The Grinch who Stole Christmas and so much more. We saw the cars from back to ...
... to join a cult and head back to The Fairmont and The Tonga Room which is a tribute to some long forgotten King of Tonga and serving incredibly potent cocktails with South Pacific cuisine. It all takes place in a rain forest type environment on the 2nd floor (after the 3rd cocktail we were trying to book our flight back from the Amazon.com). But bloody hell the food is brilliant - seafood hot pot, red pork curry, steamed butterfish etc etc ummmmm. ...
... ascertaining that “our” room wasn’t ready as someone was still in it. I said “what? Are they honeymooners?” Wow … that’s a late check out. Turns out that people who request a late check out can stay until 2 pm which means that the earliest you can get into your room is 3pm.
No sooner had we finished discussing this when Mary and George walked in. Turns out they got the plane to Oakland airport then ...