Quality Inn & Suites -- South San Francisco
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... Bay Bridge. The 3 lanes ended up becoming 8 lanes going through the toll booths. It took us nearly 1 and a half hours just to get to the toll booth, we then had another hour just to get to our unit. Really frustrating, but gave us time to check out the view of the city as we came in.
We had googled directions to the hotel before we left Reno, so knew exactly where we were going and made it in one piece. ...
Headed down from Napa Valley to San Francisco. Unfortunately a truck had caught fire on the westbound upper deck of the Bay bridge closing all traffic. Therefore took a detour to UC Berkeley but in the end joined the queue at around 2pm and got over two hours ...
... but hills are hard and I struggled to walk up most of them let along ride my bike. I did however really like going downhill on the bike and as I was sat on a bike I still reckon it counts as exercise! The cycle ride was pretty but again would have been so much better in nicer weather as the bridge was so windy! I cycled down to Sausalito and got a ferry back with my bike (that is the normal way of doing it! I wasn't just being too lazy to cycle back) and the whole bike thing took ...
... be seen. I did come across a nice surprise though in coming across the Fillmore Street Farmer's Market. Good atmosphere with a live band in the background.
The Painted Ladies on Alamo Square are actually quite easy to get to (for those who don't want to walk, take bus 28). I found myself a little disappointed, I suppose the years haven't been too kind as the colors have faded. A constant small crowd was gathered for their photos but locals were ...
... dogs run around while we ate organic strawberries, and then we drove to the Haight Ashbury area. Unbeknown to us, the annual Bay to Breakers race was taking place in the area, and there was no way we could find a parking spot due to the swarms of costumed runners. Although clothing is optional along the course, we saw many the creative outfit, from ballerina to Mexican to shark to yeti to genies, giant penises, and robocops. All the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking