- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Another great sleep we were a little slow off the mark this morning. Kate had to work so Jeff & Shepard first walked us towards the bridge so Jase could get coffee & we had gourmet donuts. While munching on this doughy goodness we saw groups of people playing what looked to be kick softball. Then we realised they mostly had matching T-shirts & were getting really hardcore competitive about the whole thing. Jeff said some were College groups, others were Corporate ...
... think its a bit strange, but i do get it.
One other thing about bathrooms is the shower... Almost always the shower in the US is in the bathtub and you have to find a secret button (or so it seems) to start the shower. I can't remember how many times I've been looking for the right button. We have walk in showers, we have like rain showers, but I haven't been able to find them here in the US...
Just so you know ;)
Another lazy morning. Woke up at 6 and didn't get back to sleep. We headed out just after 11 to pick up our bikes from Blazing Saddles ready for our trip round the marina, over The Golden Gate Bridge and down into Sausalito. Myself and Mel went the lazy way and hired electric bikes which I'm so glad we did, there weren't toooo many hills bit it was fun just to power along and not have to worry about wearing yourself out. The ride started from ...
... don't feed you on the plane. We got to our hotel at about 6pm. The traffic was really busy and took maybe two hours on the shuttle bus. We then went out and got some groceries as our room has a full kitchenette. We are looking forward to some healthier home made food. We have a great city view from our room and it is quite spacious. It will be an early night for us before a big sight seeing day ...
... The views of the city coming down were good as well.
I was very hungry so I went in search for a Mexican restaurant at Fisherman`s wharf and I found one just 3 streets away, It also gave me chance to see the town. I ordered a Burrito and out came the biggest Burrito, I have ever seen with also rice on the side. I could not finish the Burrito, let alone the rice, the food ...