Residence Inn San Francisco Airport/San Mateo
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... involve some serious and banned rock climbing, so just a view from above.
After a spot of light hiking in the woods, we managed to take lunch at the most famous restaurant in the area - Nepanthe - which has to have one of the best views ever. We were second in the door so bagged ourselves a great view of the ocean and tried the local Pinot Noir which was chilled and gorgeous. The queues of hungry and expensive looking Californians as we left were impressive, this ...
... officers and lots of special deck games take place. Another question? Yes we have TV in the cabin but I watch Downton on my laptop, I downloaded the complete series before we left. How's the swimming? Not so good I get in the pool most afternoons but the water is always a bit turbulent and I swim like crazy but get absolutely nowhere most of the time. Still I shall persevere. I said I would mention the Captain Angelo Vago, (Italian but no complaints). The Captain is the ...
... transit system San Francisco has got.
We jumped off and then got back on an inbound train to town. Off that onto a trolley bus, then off that and onto a bus back to the apartment. God talk about a transit afternoon. At least we could say we'd tried out every mode of transport in the San Francisco transit system even if we'd wasted the whole afternoon doing it!!! It was well dark by the time we got home. I couldn't believe how dark it was at ...
... and it's often quite blatant. We have our problems here, but it's far better here. The quality of of our food and service is so much better unless you want to spend a lot money at the luxury camps.Traveling trully gives you a different prespective and we feel so lucky to be Americans and live in the U.S.A., especially the Bay Area.
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Nancy & Peter
... all to me. We got a bus to the specified place and disembarked to pitch black night. It was mildly scary but got more so. We waited in the black bat night along with a dozen others for the Jellystone Ranger to arrive. In a tree opposite there was lots of rustling and shaking and general noise that seemed even more alarming cos it was dark. The ranger arrived with a proper, manly, super doper torch and someone mentioned the noise, so he shined his searchlight into this massive tree. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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