Staybridge Suites San Francisco Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... already some rowdy kiwi's there!
On Thursday we walked around downtown a little and then took a bus out to the Golden Gate Bridge. It is quite impressive up close - the towers are huge! We walked halfway across and back again.
Today we went out to Alcatraz. This is only a short ferry ride from San Fran. An audio tour is included in the price so you wander around and listen. It is narrated by former prisoners and officers that worked there. Very interesting ...
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... in all the cafes, at food trucks, playing volleyball and riding around on the Gbikes. We had lunch at Charlie's, the largest and original cafe, where you could help yourself to Indian, pizza, Japanese, Vietnamese, southern, salad bar, dessert and drinks! It was hard to chose what to have, and to limit yourself!
After lunch Chris had to go back to work so he gave me suggestions on where to walk. I could only go around the streets and outside buildings but it ...
... for the previous day. The murals there are beautiful, often political, and very popular. We took our time meandering down alleys (except when the odor of urine was too strong and we had to speed it up for some oxygen), enjoying the murals. They are another must do, in my opinion, if you are in the area. After the murals, we went to Blue Bottle Coffee, which I had heard was some of the best in the city. We had a cup and checked out the tile factory and ...
... as Mr Impatient didn't want to wait for the cablecar which would take us right to the top of it, so there was lots of up hill and down dale (I should be thin!). It is beautiful (it has a full time gardener), but the reality is, it is really just an ordinary steep street with a whole lot of chicanes built into it. All the bits of road not used for the bendy road (or parking for houses, entry to garages, etc) is garden (looked like mostly ...