Staybridge Suites San Francisco Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Next, we drove into Sausalito proper and stopped for some pasta to carb load for the upcoming hike in Muir Woods. The sun was out and we had a great lunch at this little Italian restaurant, sitting outside to enjoy the waterfront views and bay breeze. We watched seemingly hundreds of bicyclists roll by as we ate. I've heard that Marin county is gaga over bicycling and boy, we sure saw evidence of that.
After lunch, on a whim, we stopped by the vacant ...
... taking the kids to the park and finishing up with a BBQ. Aside from the setting, it could've been Wantage. I've attached a few kid snapshots, mainly to appease the grandparents, who still haven't forgiven us for dragging the grandkids away for six weeks (sorry ...
... owners and they were wondering if we could vacate a little earlier today. We were kind of surprised and showed them our invoice, they were under the impression that we were leaving that day and had other tenants coming in. Well my lovely niece Laura saved the day as she happily agreed to take us a day earlier. The Educators Travel Network and our owners had ...
... to dump our luggage and go exploring. We walked our way around Chinatown, Union Square and Market Street, when Jess decided she could no longer fight the urge to have her nose pierced. We found a place called Nomad Piercing, and about 15 minutes and some paperwork later, she had a piece of metal stuck in her nasal cavity.
We tried to catch a taxi back to our hotel, however we discovered that hailing a taxi in San Fransisco is nothing ...
... out a very nice tour through the city. And surroundings since we started with viewing the bay from a view point in Berkeley. Then is was SF time! After a legendary burrito in a hipsterish Mission, we went through Dolores park to the Young tower in Golden Gate park to view the city from above. The Golden Gate Bridge peaked slightly above the trees, a sort of a sneak preview, a teaser that asked for moremoremore. And I got more! ...