Ramada Limited San Francisco Airport North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... He comes back, with keys in hand... But they are Ford keys. Now I don't have any issue with the Ford Motor Co. I love a nice Ford. But, I have 5 kids, 6 suitcases, 10 days and 1,500 miles ahead of me and I reserved a specific vehicle for this job... A full size Chevy Suburban... Essentially a small luxury bus/limo/Urban Assault Vehicle... (hopefully you have seen Stripes with Bill Murray)
I tell the man that I rented a Suburban, but he explains that he ...
... enough to keep us interested. That evening we also went to the premium brands outlet store for a shopping spree and we were rewards as we got lucky to find some great discounts.
24th June – Death Valley
We checked out of our hotel and started to make our way through Vegas towards Bishop. Vegas was absolutely incredible. The Sin City can have a lasting impact no matter who you are and we loved every second of our time spent here. We were now ...
... super wide. Vicki was the first to drive because she's used to it and there was no way mine or Mel's first time was going to be to get out of a multi-story car park and out into Downtown San Francisco! From there we drove to Alamo Square to see the painted ladies. Unfortunately two of them were under construction so they weren't as good as the pictures you see on the internet. The views from the top of the hill though was breathtaking, it's a ...
... on it twice! After lunch and lazing on the beach for a bit we got on our bikes and followed our ears to another pier where we heard the loud barking of seals and found a huge family of them snoozing, clamoring for a spot, piled on each other and perhaps taking a dip. Seals have a very interesting social structure, and they're pretty durn cute, too. Jim and Elijah played a game of laser tag back at the boardwalk and we called it a ...
Alcatraz - what a scary place to be locked away - and probably worse if you were a guard. We took the boat across the bay - chilly but smooth crossing - to Alcatraz. Busy with tourists we decided to take the little train up to the cell block. Good idea - the hill is steep. We then took the audio tour and it was really good with voices from ex guards and prisoners who told the story of life behind bars. ...