Camino Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was the first day I was officially traveling on my own. And it was a massive day. I started off by heading to the closest post office to KJ's house (who is kindly letting me stay with her and giving me all the hot San Francisco tips). So I walked about 10 blocks before I found it and got myself a box big enough to send my sleeping bag and sweet Walmart sweatpants home. After that I got myself to the Bart station ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... Back to the hotel for quick freshen up an then walked back to Iron Cactus for our first Mexican dinner in the US. Wed 28th Met Kate at her apartment around 930am. Set off for Fisherman's Wharf with a plan to lunch there. Coffee at farmers market. Walked along piers and South Beach Marina. Dropped in at the Exploratorium where Kate had applied for a job. We arrived at pier 39 ...