Oceano Hotel & Spa Half Moon Bay
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Room service
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... the elements. It was originally established as a fort by the US Army in 1859, that guarded San Francisco bay. In 1907 it became a military prison and the 1934, it served as a maximum security Federal prison. The island is now one of the Golden Gate National Parks, but is steeped in history. The Alcatraz Pier came into sight, a point where all prisoners took their first steps onto the shore - walking off the boat and looking up at the main cellhouse and ...
... a bit cold. We then checked in and took a walk. We walked along the coast and passed a very fancy hotel and golf course. We just kept walking and walking. We had alot of fun travelling up the West coast in our Jucy vehicle, and we were talking about how sad we were going to be to say goodbye to it. Once we got back to the pack, we decided we would do all those important things while it was still light outside ...
... Sausalito it was sunny. Sausalito is historic an upmarket waterfront twin which is good for a browse for an hour or so. After lunch we drove to Muir Woods to see the redwoods. By late afternoon the bus tours had finished and we enjoyed a quiet walk in the woods. We saw our first chipmunks whizzing around the outside seating at the cafe scooping up any dropped ...
... well over five hours and we got off before it got back to the start. We did actually get to ride the bus through most of the city and over the Golden Gate Bridge and through all the historical parts of the city, eg Russian Hill, Chinatown, Lombard Street the most crooked road in the world and the Haight-Ashbury district sought out by hippies. Hmmm make love not war I say, you can even try some weed here. Day four - cable car rides ...
... drivers and steep hills!) and strolling down the piers around fishermans wharf and pier 39. We went to an old school arcade with old machines and played on a few. We also had our pictures taken in an old fashioned photobooth :) After this, on a recommendation from Devs Mum and Nick, we went to Ghirardellis the chocolate makers, and shared an ice cream sundae. We had a salted caramel one which was delicious :) Then we made our way to the Golden Gate Bridge. ...