Stanford Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... seals hiding under the pier. There were heaps of them lounging around on the beams undeterred by the swag of photographers vying for the best position. A cold beer and a quick meal had us finally on our way to SFO. Finally reaching SFO, we discovered that the nearby Napa Valley had been hit last night by a 6.1 earthquake. And Cathy had thought it was her bed rocking!!!!!! (Only joking O'Driscoll children) We are staying in the Mission District at a BnB. The area is so typical of the ...
... the Mission area by train to ready ourselves for a big night out. Had a quick sushi dinner and were joined by Kates friends Anna and Sam. Then up to the sky deck in the apartment building adjacent to Kates for a wine and a look at the San Francisco night lights view before proceeding to the Boom Boom Room on Fillmore for live music, got home around 2 am .......too late for old folk like us ...
... find a lot of knock off items, especially designer bags. The sellers know enough English and other languages. No need to worry when shopping. Most of the time, I find the sellers to be nice there compared to the other markets.
b. The Silk Market
You can get designer bags and other items at a very low price, but you must bargain very hard! The sellers are extremely intense and shopping there requires a lot of energy and patience. Don't be shock if any of the ...
... most famous sculptor in history after Michaelangelo. His two most famous art works are the Gates of Hell and The Thinker. The Gates of Hell stands at 6 meters high, 4 meters wide and 1 meter deep and contains 180 figures. The figures range from 15 centimetres (6 in) high up to more than one meter (3 ft). This depicts a scene from the book "The Inferno." The Thinker ...
... even on a sunny day) and surrounded by scrubland. Inmates could see SF ( so very near) from the small viewing panels ..and apparently on festive days ( NYE) the sound of parties, fireworks and revellers carried over to the island reinforcing the isolation and loss of freedom in a tangible and cruel manner. Headed back around 7 after picking up plug for laptop and a ...