HYATT house Belmont/Redwood Shores
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... only 5p). We were really hungry before we entered Johny Rocketīs but we could barely finish our burgers. In the United States they always serve unbelievably huge portions and sizes of beverages, resulting in a high percentage of obese people. Some of them canīt even walk, however, instead of losing some weight they prefer to use special carriages.
In order to find the Lombard Street we had to walk up one of many hills that make San Francisco so different from other ...
... of Scotland) walked past the bar. Mum says nearly as good as when we saw Kurt Russell on our way to Las Vegas! Mum was so excited she proceeded to spill wine down me...!! We then took the traditional cable car up to Chinatown! We had a lovely chinese meal. Back in the room playing cards now. Up early for Alcatraz ...
... Luke's burger - Smokehouse B.B.Q. Burger. Smoked Bacon and Melted Cheddar with Crispy Onion Rings and B.B.Q. Ranch Sauce plus chips.
Our ONE piece of cheesecake to share! - Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake Cheesecake.
Chunks of Reese'sŪ Peanut Butter Cups in our Original Cheesecake with Layers of Delicious Fudge Cake and
We could not eat it all - It was so rich - a small amount was enough. How anyone could eat a whole piece is hard to fathom!
... car would not be functioning and that we'd have to set off up one of the steepest hills around to keep our boy happy. Here are some of the highlights of SF so far: Fisherman's Wharf - where all the tourists seem to converge to do a range of things. Our activities of choice were looking at the sea lions that laze by wharf 39, watched the artists who demonstrate their incredible ability to manipulate the spray can and some other everyday objects to produce San Franciscian ...
... at the moment. Ginny and Carl joined us and then we headed to the local Belmont Save the Music festival, Carl headed home. We spent a few hours wandering around. Kids had a couple of goes on the bouncy castles and then the older 3 pooled their resources to try and win a great prize but the prizes were not all that great. Nice to see them though all working together for a common purpose. We watched a battle of the bands UC Davis verses Stanford. The girls tried out a dance ...