Camino Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... on our way. We get a bus to the bike hire shop (there are tons of them dotted throughout the city) and after determining that (A) we can actually ride a bike and (B) we can actually afford to hire a bike, we are accepted into the fold (of multitudes). We have to listen to the informative talk about how to get where we are going (Paul asks "is she speaking in English"), complete with pointer stick. Next we are given instruction on how to get onto the bike, change ...
... for good luck starting after a volcano eruption in 894 AD. http://www.rock-on-rock-on.com/iceland. html
- The technology difference between this sabbatical trip and the one five years earliers is the big change in Internet connectivity. Five years ago I carried a netbook and relied on hotel computers a fair bit. Wifi was available in a few places. This time we have had wifi everywhere although one place made us buy it and another limited coverage to the lobby. While it ...
... to see some great views down the hilly streets. We jump back on the bus and get off a couple of stops early as it brings us higher up Lombard street. We walk to the top of this grand street that is the windiest street we have ever seen. It had lots of cars going down through the maze of bushes. We can't believe we are here. Soon it is time we head back down so we go in the direction of Alcatraz way in the distance. A quick visit to Starbucks and on we go to ...
... br> Waited for the next bus to leave and got off again back at Castro.
It was now 3 pm and I wanted my last impression of San Francisco to be to see the sun set from Ocean Beach. So it was F street car back to Union Square and ...
... are much calmer than the main drags not that we can afford much but it's great to look and wander through. The Lafayette park at the top of the city with its designer dog park gives more amazing views of the city and the bay. After 4 great days in this small gem of a city we're back on the coast road tomorrow to head south on the big sur to Morro Bay, apparently the best road in the world (we'll ...