How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Photos of Steinhart
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Steinhart San Francisco
Travel Blogs from San Francisco
... The next few days were spent commuting between San Fran to get our tourist on and Palo Alto to get our car fix on. To date our mechanics have been about half as effective as Julz, our google mechanic, who twice now has googled our cars symptoms, bought a magic bottle of potion from an auto store and beer bonged it in our thirsty radiator. Girl be sippin like a wino at a tasting. Google got our backs. Along with Alcatraz, we spent our time doing the touristy cycle of the golden ...
... the pictures speak for themselves today. Enjoy.
... we slept through our alarm LOL. So plan B went into action. Nic what is our plan? Nic responded with "huh". Plan B, start with coffee :-)
Okay quick development of plan B and off we went to Golden Gate Bridge (GGB). We heeded our friends advice and decided to wear runners for the day and walk across the bridge round trip. AMAZING. So surreal to be on the bridge that has appeared in so many movies, cost so many millions, took several lives as she was being built and ...
... Benziger winery which made wines using biodiversity farming and Gloria Ferrer which had an amazing wine called Ve da va and the view was incredible looking down on the vineyards. On the way home I had my first Costco experience. If I had have been alone I could see myself spending a lot of money! I hung out with my cousins in the afternoon and booked some stuff for the next stop of my holiday. My brother arrives tomorrow and I have my first driving attempt to pick him up!
... t as great as I remembered but Ray was very happy with his Lori's Signature Burger and sweet potato fries. We decided to go our separate ways after lunch and spend a little while looking at our favourite shops and meet up to cable back to the wharf areas to grab a coffee. Ray of course, went to Urban Outfitters and I went to the DSW to see if there were any bargains I could resist. We both resisted as it turned out, remembering how much our US dollars had cost us in the ...