Pacifica Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... around 11.30 am. We bid good bye to Monterey (me vowing to somehow find my way back here and having far fetched fantasies about retiring here), and decided to take the short 10 - 15 minute drive to Carmel by the Sea, before our destination to San Francisco. Again, I had no expectations of Carmel and in my own mind thought that it would not be that different to Monterey. Boy was I wrong. Carmel, too, was gorgeous and ...
... out at 17:55, came back at 21:30) I hadn't been able to explore all of Alcatraz Island. With that in mind, I sat in Starbucks (there are so many!) one morning and refreshed the Alcatraz Cruises page over and over until a ticket became available for the following day (it only took about half an hour, I wasn't in there all day or anything).
So my last day in San Francisco was actually spent on Alcatraz, where I have decided I would quite like to ...
... the flight, Shelley and another crew member held a Father's Day contest and John won by having the most grandchildren. The long air time didn't seem so bad!
We arrived around 12:30 PM SFO time and caught the complimentary shuttle to the hotel.
Luckily we were able to check in early. We hung out in the room a while, just recovering, you might say, until time to pick up our Road Scholar materials ...
looking for funky live music venues, bohemian bars and all-night dance
clubs should investigate the South of Market area. However, know where
you are going; South of Market area is a patchwork of warehouses
interspersed with a labyrinth of alleyways and has only recently been
Chinatown features a multitude of restaurants offering excellent dim
... s Wharf as we walk along, and decide to head in – basically it is an arcade where all the games are still only a quarter, with some very old attractions which are purely mechanically driven. We don’t go in quite yet, as we are wandering around, and come across an old US submarine which is open for the public to visit. We um and ah a little before finally deciding to go on the USS Pampanito, leaving the stroller at the entrance. ...