TripAdvisor Reviews Sheehan Hotel San Francisco
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... the famous SF fog was in full force and it was very busy as we were cycling on Memorial Day Saturday, and this somewhat dampened the experience on the way over there. On the other side, we climbed up a hill to get to a lovely lookout spot with great views of the bridge with the city in the background. The ride down to Sausilito was downhill and easy and we arrived in the town as the sun began to come out. Sausilito is a pretty little town, but it was packed full of cyclists ...
... about how 'easy' it is to walk across the Bridge.
Se got back to the hotel in time for much needed drinks and hors d'oeuvres.
Dinner tonight at an Italian restaurant. My meal was okay but Pip and Wayne didn't enjoy theirs at all.
San Francisco is not a mind city to walk around. It's not kind on your knees and lungs. It's the hills. I'm going to need a double hip replacement before this trip is over.
Easter Sunday is a bit different in America and things like shops and other businesses remain open so its a bit of a strange experience.
We boarded the bus to go to Golden Gate Bridge in the morning and watched an Easter parade in the afternoon.
The Golden Gate Bridge is impressive, if not for its physical appearance then certainly for it's achievement as a unique piece ...
... get the dickens out of there! One of the bridges we went under on the cruise was The Bay Bridge, the Bowen Bridge of San Fransisco. The lesser of the two main bridges of this city. I'm pretty sure they're building another one, or building more lanes but whatever they're doing looks impressive and ridiculously hard. Just another thing I'd like to look into :) I was very tempted to tell the captain he could have a break and I'd take over, I don't know if you guys know but I can ...
... pictures of celebrities who had apparently visited. Sunset strip was supposedly a haven for these elite folk, and it was not uncommon for one to turn up and surprise the minions like myself. I fought my way to the bar and asked for two beers. The tipping situation had thus far confused me and thrown me into despair. I was unsure of who to tip and who not to tip and found myself wondering if I should leave tips for shopkeepers and people who worked in Starbucks. Furthermore ...
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