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Historical Traveler Reviews Redwood Inn San Francisco
Loved a nice weather
Little bit noisy due to traffic.
Easy access because of on R-101.
Attendants at the front desk are kind.
Room is clean.
Lovely motel & Friendly Staff
Very nice and clean room. Location is convenient, few blocks away from Ghirardeli Square and Fisherman Warf. Helpful and friendly staff who assisted me in directions including helping me in searching rooms for my next travel stop in Yosemite Park.
We would recommend this motel to my friends and love to come back soon.
Very Nice Stay
We loved our stay at the redwood inn, the staff was very nice and always helpful and smiling.
Nice and clean rooms, with all the needed facilities.
It's located near everything, within walking distance of all major attractions.
We would recommend it to every one in need of an affordable and nice place to stay for a few weeks
Thomas and Maria, Denmark
Verry nice hotel and good service, verry clean
we had a verry nice stay in this verry clean motel
Perfect central location (very close to Fisherman's Warf); clean & comfortable rooms (spacious, good beds, cable-TV), parking space included and above all very friendly and helpfull service. This all for a very good price. Recommended !!!
San Francisco - My Redwood experience
I must say that I enjoyed my stay at Redwood Inn. Close to everything, walking distance to fishermans wharf, russian hill and many other typical sanfran sights.
The overall experince was great. The room was clean, nice and we could do our coffee (we are europeans, so we like it strong). The room rate was reasonable. Finally, we enjoyed the service that staff gave us, especially with great things to see. Thank you!
I would certainly recommend Redwood Inn to people looking for a nice place to stay in San Francisco.
Enjoys our stay in Redwood Inn
Nice and clean, convenient location and great guest service. We enjoyed our stay and will come back again.
Rewood Inn provided good service at a reasonable price. One must consider that the beautiful city of San Francisco is one of the most expensive city to live in U.S. The rooms were modern and clean. I would recommend to traveler since the location is located close walking distance to the tourist attractions (Fisherman Wharf).
Stayed here in Dec 2003 and stayed again in May 2004. Located on Lombard St, many hotels in vicinity (Comfort Inn, Travelodge, Francisco Bay, Marina Inn, Best Inn Van Ness). 15min walk to Ghirardelli Square. Motor inn layout, 3 storeys, elevator, free parking. Overpriced at $80 per weekday night plus tax for 1-bed room. Provides soap, coffee maker, refrigerator, airconditioner, free doughnuts and muffins in lobby for breakfast. Eating places and takeaways within a block.
Great Location, Fair Price
Recently spent the weekend at this hotel, paying $75/night for a two bed room. I felt the price was fair for a weekend rate in san Francisco. This motel has a good location, a short drive from the Wharf and within walking distance from the crooked section of Lombard St.
Staff were friendly, although a bit pushy to have you book any sight seeing tours through them (They must get a %). We found a coupon in the travel booklet found in most restaurants along the California coasts for lower rate however these rooms fill quickly. Excellent view of the Bay Bridge from the roof. Rooms were very clean, cozy, and equipped with fridges and coffee makers. Great stay here.
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... interesting conversations and debate. So the scenario is this: there is some evil man casting fishing hooks into your friend’s chest. Your friend cannot stop the man and neither can you and the man will just continue to throw hooks until he runs out (an unknown amount). At what point would you step in and take some of these hooks for your friend (presumably if you step in front the hooks will also just hit you in the chest and not them). I feel ...
... ostacle course around the popular new invention "selfie-sticks" :)it wouldn't surprise me, if there are made more pictures on the bridge on one day than cars crossing it!
In all objectivity it also seems crazy that people are attending and paying to be shipped to a prison here..and it's even fully booked one week in advance! But it is not a prison it's Alcatraz! I wouldn't wonder, if people would try to break in there these ...
... to ran back to the bus. Stay dry as I am not fully recovered yet.Next was my favorite part of the tour so far, Golden Gate Bridge. Yeayyy. I took just too many photos and I love it. Bought its magnet, keychain.And indeed my lesson learnt was to bring tongsis. Its really helpful. Especially when travelling with my mum who is not really good in taking pics at all.We went on a boat cruise after lunch at fisherman's wharf. Supposedly people go for ghe specialty which was ...
... winding street, Lombard Street where we and our little machine seemed to be as photographed by the busloads as the street itself.
Trolley back to the Ferry Building for Blue Bottle coffee and then off on the BART to meet Eric's sister Allyssa at The Local Mission Eatery. We had a great night. It was lovely to meet Allyssa.
FRI 31st Oct.
Up early and up the hill to visit Grace Cathedral. An episcopal church built over many ...
... 600 prisoners. When finished in 1912, the cellhouse was the largest steel-reinforced concrete building in the world. Many of those who helped build the cellhouse became the first prisoners to live in it. There are four cellblock in the prison.
- A Block: used for inmates during the federal penitentiary years.
- B and C Block (336 cells): used for “general population”.
- D Block (42 cells): used for unruly inmates, also known as ...