Ramada Limited San Francisco Airport North
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... stopped off at the shops to get some dinner to have before we headed to Baker Beach to watch the sunset again, it has been a lot colder and foggier today but it was awesome to see the fog over the bridge while watching the sunset. We came home and I decided to have an early-ish night because it's finally catching up with me a bit and I want to be refreshed and ready for ...
Today we went on the hop on hop off bus around San Francisco. The bus drove us over the Golden Gate Bridge, which was a big highlight for me. It was so cool to be able to drive over the bridge that I had only seen in movies. PS Craig had already said no to us hiring a red convertible and driving over the bridge like they do on Full House haha. Besides which, it was extremely cold and windy driving over the bridge, so perhaps the convertible idea wasn't ...
... they put grooves and curves and everything in it, and they put flowers there where they've buried the people that have killed themselves. Lombard Street, wonderful street." An odd attraction, but one that all the tourist trek up the hill to see. Many other stories including a trip to the "Painted Ladies," which are the beautiful town houses that feature at the start of the 90's sitcom Full House along with a tour of the city in a double decker bus. A friendly place San ...
... of rapid fire photos so I can put them together later. so beautiful. I would love to have a giant jelly fish aquarium; it's like a lava lamp times a million! I was able to buy us City Passes for San Francisco at the Monterrey Bay aquarium because it was one of the sites included in the passes.
After I picked Dave up from the cold rain we headed towards San Fran which I was super excited about, plus the fact that we were getting a hotel for ...
... world", with 8 switchbacks in one block. We walked down it and had coffee, then walked and walked through Chinatown, where the old busker was very pleased for the few cents I dropped in his hat, and on to Union Square for a bus back to the chocolate shop on the waterfront.
Across to Pier 39 to watch the sea lions, then another 30 min walk up to Gotts at the Ferry Building for dinner. My ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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