Stanford Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... maybe some . . . COLOR. . . pictures from my trip. He's probably right; I may have overdone the film noir stuff. So a few color panorama shots from a phone smarter than its owner to bring this midlife adventure into perspective and to a close
... t know, but we were glad the guy from India had left it because we love them! Then the pizza, ratio in two slices per person. We must have had 5 each scoffing the left over slices from other tables. In the last place we heard a guy shouting "Where are David and Jane?" He couldn't manage his chocolate cake.
After all the food a few of us went to the oldest bar in San Fran for a few more drinks. We had clicked with two people, a girl from ...
... to Union Square.
Day 3 -We had pre booked a trip to Alcatraz a fantastic visit starting with a ranger taking us to various spots on the "Rock"telling us of the attempted escapes from the Island which included a documentary of the island. The best part of the visit was a walk through the cell blocks whilst listening to an audio commentary. This place was simply amazing. We spent the rest of the afternoon at Pier 39 and finished of the day with ...
The Red Rock Amphitheatre is an incredible venue. It’s built in amongst these wild outcrops of rock that just encapsulate you the entire time you’re there. It would have been amazing to see a show but unfortunately we were all but out of time.
... year. So happy to see the bay! In one part, there was a cool museum of old school arcade machines.
As I continued walking, I stumbled upon Pier 39. Very cool to see the California sea lions! They were roaring for a while.
Later on, there was a guy dressed in green. He moved as a robot and when he moved, a little boy was crying. His parents were laughing.
I continued see along Jefferson street until I hit Market St. Then, I ...