San Mateo SFO Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... up with her sister and friend to start her extended holiday. Once suitcase posited we walked back to the wharf area via Lombard St - the crookedest street, and must be one of the steepest to get to as well, very hot afternoon. Once back at the wharves/piers wandered around for a while then made my way back to Oakland for happy hour and dinner at the hotel with a few of the ...
... restaurant that looked out to the Golden Gate bridge and the bay called The Crab House. Sevi experienced his first full crab, lots of flying shell whilst he was eating it but all in all a delicious dinner (I had good old fish and chips!) Stopped for well needed espresso in Little Italy on the walk home. San Francisco - Day 2 Had breakfast in little Italy, in a little cafe with an amusing older italian lady who had no hesitation in telling the ...
Well, the last two days were full of gorgeous garden and art images. Wednesday, Di and I headed for San Matao for the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show. This annual event used to be held right in the city at the Cow Palace but for whatever reason, is now held an hour's drive away. I love going to the Seattle Flower & Garden Show, held every February, so was very excited to be able to do both this year.
Surprising, the ...
... and police officer are given the "Genovian Order of the Rose" (a fictitious chivalric order), flattering them into dropping any charges (since no one got hurt and the cable car was fully insured).
We went to Ghirdelli Square and walked around - got a bit of chocolate then went on walking. Walked on down to Fisherman's Wharf - fresh seafood abounded! Stopped at a bar called "Wipeout" and had a libation. Very interesting bathrooms there - unisex, ...
... western corner of San Francisco. It is wild and desolate, with wind swept cypresses and a few struggling wildflowers. And cold. On the way we saw our first single story homes, your actual Californian bungalows. It was a bit of a poor area.
As it was cold and we have runny noses, we came home, ate all the left over food in the house ...