Staybridge Suites San Francisco Airport
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... fisherman's wharf area with the restaurants and we all went in and had dinner. We all had nice meals, it was mostly seafood but not everyone had seafood. After dinner we looked in some shops in the area then headed back to the bus to head back to our hotels. We decided on an early night so we could have as much time tomorrow as we can hiring bikes and riding the bridge. The guys got off a few stops earlier and we stayed on until market street then walked to our hostel. Walking ...
... s knowledge of mandarin to dazzle our waitress with our cultural sympathy, though Dani herself was a bit too shy to speak up. What is the point in getting high 90s in your Chinese tests and exams if you can't use it to wow the locals in San Francisco (or China next year for that matter!)? From Chinatown we walked to the seafront area. Along the way we were accosted from various camera shops by merchants positioned in the doorways on the lookout for tourist ...
... easily, it wasnt exactly what I was hoping for. The 3 of us all seemed very different an we really didn't talk a lot . When we were just pulling out of Santa barbara and getting to know eachother a bit we saw a couple young hitchhikers on the side of the road and i said" I've done that a few times" hoping to make more conversation, the driver said I was crazy and said she would never do that let alone pick a hitchhiker up. I tried to explain that she ...
... the experience. Seeing the cells and hearing the stories of such inmates as Al Capone, brought the harsh reality of life on Alcatraz to life. We were not however prepared for the beauty of its location, especially on such a glorious day. It almost seemed at odds to the brutality of what had occurred there. On our return trip we saw the Italian Prada and American Oracle America's Cup contenders sailing in one of the first rounds. The Louis Vuitton Cup commenced on 4th ...
... including street artists. Found our way back to the Bike and View and turned in our bikes and found the bus that would get us back to the BART.
Just like the earlier ride, it was very interesting, the people, Chinatown, the city, the views and so not a problem at all.
Got back across on the BART, caught the bus and arrived back at the outlet.
Had a scrumptuous dinner with Paul and Kjersten at their place and the back to call it a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility