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 …
Los Angeles to San Francisco, and Yosemite national park
(Again I apologise for the ****** grammar, sentence structures and swapping between tenses! I usually write these after a full day of adventuring and am really tired and have had a couple of beers. I enjoy letting you know what I am up to and it's sort of my travel journal as well. …
Welcome to 2015 and all the very best to you, your family & friends for the coming year. I thought a change in tact might be in order this year; in place of the event based Mash reports I have opted for a month in review approach.
Trace & I prepared to welcome in the New Year on board a 150' motorised yacht on a cool but fine San Francisco evening. The itinerary was simple; we cruised up and down the San Francisco Bay waterfront from the Bay Bridge to ...
... feature about people across the bay adopting storm drains locally and taking time out of their lives to clear them in the hopes that when the rains come they will be prepared, not only for floods, but to keep the rain that's falling. Drought for me has always been signified by hose pipe bans, and I remember walking past people's homes sometimes, and seeing their sprinklers on and thinking 'you just don't care do you', but apparently here, despite the fact that ...
Driving Even the bloody gps had trouble finding its way through the San Fran city centre. It often plotted the car inside skyscrapers or told us to turn after passing the street. Sometimes it got confused and refused to calculate a route leaving us trying to 'wing it' in unfamiliar territory. Got free parking at motel 6 which was the only good thing about that place. Had the familiar scent of Hindley street on a Sunday morning. Driving down the one way streets somewhat resembled the ...