Quality Inn & Suites -- South San Francisco
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... have felt. Unfortunately we didn't get to see everything because it was closing time but what we did see was still cool and it was good to use the ticket that came in our city pass that we already had. Then we drove over the Golden Gate Bridge for the first time and we headed over to Sausalito to have a look at the shops and for Mel to get her dad a t-shirt. On the way back ...
... the first hoodie, and $25 for the second. It was pretty cool to be able to see them screen print it right then and there. After, we headed back to the hotel where Craig looked after the four kids while Caroline and I went shopping. I bought some MAC lipsticks and an eyeliner from Macys. MAC cosmetics are soooo much cheaper in America than Australia. We finished the day with takeaway Thai for dinner. So ...
... Lombard street sits high atop one of the steep hills that overlooks the city. The crazy design was built in 1922 and was intended to reduce the hill's natural grade which was too steep for most vehicles of the time. The street featured in the movie "Vertigo." Bill Cosby also shared his following thoughts on the streets layout......"They built a street up there called Lombard Street that goes straight down, and they're not satisfied with you killing yourself that ...
... SF pier district and close to where we were dropping off the canoe tomorrow. We cooked up a piece of chicken we had left over with rice and a potato which was yummy! We then turned in for the night. -Dave
I thoroughly enjoyed my morning with some chill 'me' time at the Starbucks for coffee and breakfast, then admiring fishes indoors while Dave was catching them outdoors. I was absolutely enamored with the beauty of the jelly fishes. I ...
... along to Pier 33 for our Bay Cruise. Alcatraz Island tours were booked out even before we left home. Did a lap of the island, sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge, (more photos).
Back on the bus to Union Square, caught a cable car to the top of Lombard Street. The cable car ride was fun in a squashy way. Too busy hanging on to see anything. Lombard Street is billed as the "crookedest street ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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