Motel 6 San Francisco Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The sky's awake, so we're awake, so lets get this day started! San Francisco here we come! Up bright and early, we are on our way. Making a quick stop in Garberville, California we grab some breakfast at the good ole Subway and hit the road. We drove through wine country and it was gorgeous, unfortunately no stops at vineyards were made due to our …
... Street on a Monday and 6th Street on a Wednesday so we had high expectations for what was to come. Before we could actually go into a bar, we had to park the car. Normally this shouldn’t be too difficult a task as long as there are spaces available, but in San Fran there is added difficulty to street parallel parking. Not only are all the spaces made for Fiats and Punch Buggies, but also every street has an approximately 15% ...
... amazing how different being on the other side of Market Street, (which bisects central San Fran at a perfect diagonal), feels. Maybe because it was a a Saturday morning but there were very few people around and the astreets here are on the flat. Housing is less dense and more olde-whirldy than towards the coast where housing is a bit more like Brighton made with wood. There is a much greater variation in the ethnicity of people here. Which of course contributes to the ...
... the bloody hills that SF is famous for? I'm sure my friends who are gym-junkies or have their own personal fitness businesses, would argue that you need more than walking up hills to get 'buff'!!
While there was definitely a warm 'buzz' around these areas (and the occasional waft of marijuana - medicinal only of course...LOL) it was noticeable that SF was definitely a city that lived up to it's reputation. Despite this, the streets ...
... flew down to the wharf.
Pier 39 is a tourist and local favourite. Shops, restaurants and the best ice cream in town. After a well deserved two hour lunch break by the water (with views to the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz) we all headed back on the tram to our hotel with enough time to catch the sun set over the beach and frolic in the dusk painted sand. And what a way to end the trip!