Mystic Hotel by Charlie Palmer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Saturday 9th August – Monday 11th August
We arrived at our hotel in San Francisco and were already imagining how lovely it was going to be to have a bed without a wall around it, thicker pillows, a long and spacious shower and plenty of room to get dressed and move about in, but to our pleasant surprise the …
... any illusions of nightclubbing and return to our lodgings, as champions.
The difficulty in deciding on another route after LA, had given us no option but to stay an extra night. I was relieved and happy, for our aimless wandering of Korea town had hindered any hope of making it to the infamous Beaches of Santa Monica and Venice. Furthermore our taxi driver spoke of an award ceremony taking place at the staple centre, which we later discovered was The ...
... PA system not working on flight we are now delayed indeterminately, waiting for them to fix it on the now "Nightmareliner"! I kid you not! There is some strange imp out there making sure I don't be to BA. Will likely miss my connection to BA tonight! Oddly, so beyond frustrated that I am calm and peaceful surveying the chaos of my life and that of my fellow passengers also stranded and missing international connection flights. Snacking on Mom's vadas waiting for flight crew ...
... up eating at food trucks. It's a blooming concept here in the US so it was another typical thing I could check off my list. Loved the atmosphere, the food and the concept! At night we went for drinks with our Sunday-hike-crew and before I even realized it was Tuesday, my day as an uber-tourist! Except for an actual visit to Alcatraz (it was too cold for a boat trip seen my tragic choice of clothes) I checked off pretty much all ...
... aesthetically pleasing experience. With a stop on the beaches of Santa Barbara providing an awesome view of what the West Coast has to offer, it was Abbie's turn to take the reigns of our wonderful Nissan and find us accomodation for the night. After stopping at roughly a dozen motels and hotels, to be told "no vacancy" by all of them we eventually stumbled onto a tucked away and entirely quaint Bed and Breakfast. Here we were lavished with a delightful room, cheese ...