Quality Inn & Suites -- South San Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was useful info for us regarding wait times for the Cable Car. If you take their advice then there is an expectation that you will pay them something. We politely refused there approaches but they were persistent. Decided on seafood again for dinner tonight so went to another of the restaurants at Fishermans Wharf. Tomorrow brings a trip to Yosemite National Park with a 0700 ...
... boarded and 'cast off' for "The Rock".
The interesting thing about the Ferry is it is primarily powered by solar panels and wind generators. The informative signs around the boat explained how the power is generated and stored and you get to see the power generation and 'output' on the instrumentation panels on each deck.
Alcatraz Island was first documented by the Spaniard, Juan Manuel de Ayala in 1775, who charted the San Francisco Bay and named it "La Isla de ...
... from the Police was "if you visit Mission District, they guarantee you to be robbed".
I can happily say, we visited and no, we didn't get robbed. I will say, it was daunting, and i definitely didn't feel too comfortable. Yes , its everything i heard, yes, its a widely run Hispanic area, yes homeless everywhere, am i glad i went, YES
Once we arrived we looked for the street art but struggled. Finally after 1 long hour of walking past many, many homeless, and ...
... of people were out picnicking and walking dogs.
Then I hopped on another bus to the Mission district, named for the Mission Dolores and San Francisco's oldest neighbourhood. The mission was built in the late 1700s and is the oldest building still standing in San Francisco. The neighbourhood is full of Mexican and South American people, as well as funky shops and eateries. I picked up some fruit and snacks for dinner ...
It was slow going on the last morning of the last day. We started with, what must have been, our earliest breakfast of the entire road trip, but that was only to allow for time for swimming once more in the wonderful pool of the last hotel. We checked out as late as possible at 11 AM, and headed for California, which was less than 15 minutes away.
We took interstate 80, which, by the way, ...