Pleasant Hill Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bar in town where they have great bands playing every night. The one and only batman there, Huck was his name, did a great job looking after everyone. It turns out that the upstairs rooms of this saloon was used as a *****house and back in 1906 there were massive earthquakes and fires. Wiping out most of the city. The fire department saved the saloon from destruction, purely because they didn't want to lose the *****house to the ...
Jesus has lived in SF for over 10 years and loves it here.
Heads home to Mexico on occasion as his family is there.
He's an artist and photographer and completely epitomizes the "stereotypical" SF resident.
He's a very relaxed and carefree person, full ...
... jut out all along the coast line forming a beautiful mountain range. We also drove through some great farm land a bit further inland. Highway one was recommended by many US people we had spoken to as the best route to take from LA to San Fran. It's been very impressive so far. The road trip has officially started very well. The sights here are very different from those in the south. Especially the gorgeous, steep rolling hills around California where towns are nestled into ...
... an obvious increase in annual income. We got a few groceries for supper time and then stumbled upon a pretty amazing farmers market. It was our last day and we already purchased some fruit at the grocery store so we had to pass on buying things from the market. The walk on the path along the shore of the ocean was so pretty. Haylee was upset because she lost this pom pom doll she found on the road. Haylee has such a sweet sole she was worried about the Pom Pom doll. ...
... through the skyscrapers, hustle and bustle of the cars and ending the evening walking away from the skyline with the sunset in the background and a community of homeless people having dinner together in the car park. Quite touching. The sail away was quite emotional as I really enjoyed my time there and was sad to leave, however wed finish our first leg of the World Cruise and began to make headway across the Pacific ...