Nob Hill Lambourne

Address: 725 Pine St., San Francisco, California, 94108, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Francisco

Day 5 - Leaving San Francisco

A travel blog entry by drudkin on Jan 18, 2015

Our last day before a long 10 hour flight to London. I was up at 07:00 trying to fit everything into 6 bags because I was determined to limit the excess we now we're going to have to pay. Then rest of the family were up Around 8:30, showered and completed last bits of packing. Off to find somewhere a bit cheaper for breakfast, but nobody would make up their minds in terms of what they wanted. Finally found Levys Dugout, seemed to be a keen Giants baseball fan club. ...

How to Make Your Passport Travel-Ready

A travel blog entry by alexscott on Jan 05, 2015

... a white space for filling your address and the space of the address where you will be staying outside the USA. In the bottom of the page, you will get a space for an emergency contact in the U.S. You must fill in the name, address, and U.S. telephone number of a person to contact at home in case you meet with an emergency on your travels.

• Remember the passport is valid for 10 ...

San Fran

A travel blog entry by jamesrachelusa on Dec 15, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... Fran cable car to Lombard street which is the steepest street in America. Catching the cable car was like riding a garbage truck, leaning out the side by standing on a step and holding onto a handrail, which was a fun and easy way to transverse all of these San Fran hills. After walking down Lombard street we continued to Pier 39 for a fancy birthday lunch at the Fog Harbor restaurant where we all had local seafood until we were stuffed. Then Simon drove us to the Japanese ...

San Francisco

A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 17, 2014

11 photos

John and I woke up this morning after a good nights sleep, both of us did not realise how tired we were from the interrupted sleep of two nights on the train. We got ready slowly and even though my ankle was a little better it was still painful, I had iced it for awhile the night before even though the hotel provided me with strange ice packs it helped. We first went around the corner again to Roxanne's Cafe ...

A Cable Car, a Bus and an American Diner

A travel blog entry by the_conways on Aug 07, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... of Sciences Museum, a Japanese Tea Garden, Dutch Windmills and the Victorian Conservatory of Flowers which is a copy of the conservatory at Kew.

Fantastic facts all the way from our entertaining guide;

1. There are more dogs than children in San Francisco and all the parks are full of tramps not children.

2. The city is built on sand dunes and nothing here is natural, everything is man made, ...