Mystic Hotel by Charlie Palmer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... festive out there. I managed to 'vas byt' and eventually got to the top and could see the forest in the distance. I sadly didn't have enough steam to drop down into the forest and visitors centre and climb back out again. So I will have to return and do this another day...but I waved at them trees from my perch on the mountain! I dropped down a fast and furious descent and found civilization and some much needed 'supplies' before making my way back along ...
... 35pm boat back to the city and the next plan was to take the Cable Car to downtown but as our car was near the pier we would have had to literally go there and back just for the sake of it, so instead we waited for everyone to get off a car at the end of the line and jumped in front for a photo!
Whilst we were back in the city with the car again we thought we would go and explore some of the streets and sights we haven’t seen yet so we started with Twin Peaks. The views from ...
... br> The city tour was very educational and we managed to keep the entire (12 people) bus entertained with our banter back and forth with Lorenzo our bus driver / tour guide. He dropped us off at the Alcatraz boat docks and away he went. We did have fun with him.
Alcatraz was sobering and very interesting. You were so right Elizabeth - one of the ...
... in the world, and San Francisco's pretty Painted Ladies.
The weather was excellent again, and so was the food. I could certainly get used to living in a city like this. But after a lovely last meal together in one of the city's many Italian restaurants and finally, a ride on the famous cable car, it was sadly time to say goodbye. J was flying home that weekend and I planned on travelling south along the coast for a visit to my host sister Angie.