Pacifica Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... night out). Haight Ashbury was also a highlight - Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones lived there & our driver enjoyed shouting at all the hippies via the tour bus loudspeaker. The tenderloin got it's name as the Police who used to work it would get extra risk pay, and would use the additional income to buy expensive cuts of meat. We actually inadvertently walked through the Tenderloin on our first night which is not a wise idea. On our ...
San Francisco is odd. The only way to describe parts of it (mostly the part I was staying in!) is gnarley. I’m assuming that’s how it’s spelled. It’s the word that the San Frannians I met used to describe parts of the city. And considering I saw someone shooting up on the street this morning I’d say it’s a fairly accurate description. However, that dark side only adds to the diversity of this bizarre city. ...
... there is an extra tax supplement paid by hotel guests to finance this!
The afternoon was all about our trip to the famous Alcatraz ( Island of sea birds) and former prison. A definate 'must do' and a great boat trip into San Francisco Bay, included as well!
On our way back to the hotel we stopped off at Pier 39 to see the sea lions basking on the pontoons.
A great first day.
... was the Clovus (s) Amphitheatre - bit like the Somerville at home but with pollarded English Plane trees instead of Norfolk Island Pines and with big proscenium arch at the front.
I found the restroom and noticed behind the stage area was a car park with a bike and segway rental area and a van selling Indian food and a tent with coffee and cakes. We each bought a coffee and I bought some realy nice chickpea curry. We sat at a table to eat ...
... plenty of young, old, 'normal' people out and about in these same areas and on our bus. Once we got on the bus 5 and went west past the park, it seemed less of a park and more just bush. There are plenty of things to do in there (museums and such) but it didn't appeal to us at the time so we took the bus all the way to the very western edge of the city where you'll find Ocean Beach. We walked up along Ocean Beach and took in the amazing ...