San Mateo SFO Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... last stroll down Pier 39, grab some more chocolate and souvenirs and then head back to the hotel to check out, then go pick up our dog from the kennel and drive back to our camp spot in Rohnert Park.
All in all, we had a great, if exhausting, time in San Francisco. We got to do everything we wanted to do and left with full hearts and empty wallets.
Our next major stop on the trip would be San Diego, as we reverse direction and head back south again. More on that next time!
... who lunch), Chinatown (lots of laughing cats) and on to Fisherman's Wharf (lots of tack). And no visit to Pier 39 would be replete without a visit to the Sea Lions (still stink). Oh, and for anyone that visits SF, I heartily recommend Roam Artisan Burgers on Fillmore. Mighty fine burgers and micro-brew beers. The next couple of days should be quiet as we gear up for Yosemite at the end of the week. ...
... a prison almost from the beginning, housing military prisoners until the Federal Department of Justice decided it would be a great place to have a maximum security prison in 1934. From 1934 to 1963 it operated as a place where the most notorious prisoners were kept. Al Capone, Machine Gun Kelly, Robert Stroud (the Birdman) were just a few of the famous inmates of the prison. The tour takes you through all of this including the only escape that may have ...
... memory. My favorite was a rock that said ‘It was a drive by fruiting’! Absolutely cracked me up remembering that scene in the movie.
This was our last stop in the city for the day so we made our way back over the bridge but veered off course to check out a town called Sausalito, which I had seen mentioned a few times. The town was right up my alley, very olde-worlde and loads of individual interesting shops. It was the end of the day and everything was ...
... double decker bus!
The wind sure can blow, but it's off the ocean. But the view was well worth it.
Maybe we'll sail under it tomorrow!
Down we went through parts of China town and retraced our way through the business district to the pier. Pier 39 where we alighted.
We had a while yet to wait for Ben, so we strolled through the various pathways where there were numerous eateries, drinking holes, ...