Red Cottage Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... you drive underneath the bridge heading east) to Yerba Buena Island and the man-made 'Treasure Island', which both lie in the middle of the Bay and the middle of the Bridge. Treasure Island was constructed in 1936-37 for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition and is now the home of a historical naval station and auxiliary air facility. After stopping for some photos of the city-scape we headed back over the Bay Bridge (this time we were ...
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... the sunshine to show off beautiful colours of red, orange, yellow and all the shades in between. Upon our arrival back to the helipad, we were then taken upon our next journey to the Grand Canyon . This journey would see us travel twelve miles down the Colorado River system and once again weave in and out of state lines between Arizona and Nevada. Our guide was a man called Jeff. He originally came from Minnesota, and eventually found his way to Nevada. We began our guided ...
... promised to go next time. The sea lions outside were awesome. They were sunbathing and calling out to each other. Some had one fin in the water but most were just sprawled out and trying to take up as much space on each mini dock as possible. It was almost blissful to see them lying in the sun cause you think 'hmm if I could do that I would!'. There's is definitely a strong smell when you're close so beware!
... and sunny, not a cloud in the sky! Ken is keen to cycle over the bridge and I'm going too. We rode from Pier 41 at Fishermans Wharf over to Sausiledo. Brian has decided to take the ferry and meet us over there. It nearly killed me, but I made it. It wasn't the bridge that was the problem but the hills and miles we rode - it's been years since I've ridden a bike and my legs are jelly and my backside is tender ...