Camino Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in the correct direction to the Dolores area where we began our walk walk walk! Had a wonderful breakfast; scrambled eggs with lox and capers and cream cheese for me and a breakfast burrito for Barry both Fantastic! We then visited the Dolores Mission; very interesting. Back to walking; it was a big breakfast to wear off. Walked to the Buena Vista Park; lovely park, many trees and homeless people whom can get well hidden amongst them, and we walked the streets and ...
... 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 ...
... has the best views of the iconic red bridge. Andrew loves running around old forts for some reason anyway and that is an interest I want to nourish. We decided we were hungry and headed east to Fisherman's Wharf. The transition of people moving from work to hone was underway so I was able to grab free city street parking close to the wharf. This is an amazing thing in this city so please stop reading and appreciate this stroke of luck. We walked past the Hyde ...
I quite enjoyed having a two day birthday. On the Thursday all the Facebook messages started as it was my NZ / Australia birthday. So I took this to mean that my birthday had officially started & that I got birthday girl special treatment. "Your turn to drive"........."Nah it's my birthday". "I cooked so you can do dishes"........"But it's my birthday". This went on for two days, ...
Skyped Lia and suddenly just wanted to be at home -an impulse I will not follow as will soon be home anyway and facing the grind of London and serious search for some paid work - besides Fitzrovia Noir work will start soon and fingers xx'd on Google ! Went to see new Paul Rudd & Emil Hirsch movie Prince Avalanche on at Van Ness on a matinee ( really great small-scale and quiet indie movie) then walked to the Kabuki Sundance on Post just in ...