HYATT house Pleasant Hill
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of HYATT house Pleasant Hill
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews HYATT house Pleasant Hill
Travel Blogs from Pleasant Hill
... 11:30 he dropped us off in the Haihht-Ashbury district (once the centre of the psychedelic, free-loving 1960s counterculture movement) and we strolled along past funky shops. He had recommended a market where we could pick up lunch as we were heading to Muir Woods where we could enjoy a picnic lunch before entering the woods. That is what we did! On our way to Muir Woods we drove along Millionaires Row, where most of ...
... sweaters - IN AUGUST!!!! The pictures would have been prettier had the sun came out but we had to live with it.
Tomorrow is pier 39 and Fishermans Wharf. Aleotoa's (sp) here we come. Wearing our crab hats since we will be near the water. I wonder how many people will be staring at us instead of the sights of the city. LOL Will let you know tomorrow.
... very foggy and you couldn't see more than 100m. We walked it anyway and got some fantastic (eerie) photos in the fog. This saw out the day, we checked in at the hotel and went out for dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant.
The following day, we did some serious walking around San Francisco. We reckon we would have walked about 20km in total. We covered so much of the city on foot and it was a great way to experience the city. The main attractions we saw were:
... twist and sound really loud (that’s my technical term). Kelly would have really like seeing all these cars and I tried to take some video and photos to show him. After some really overpriced ice cream at Ben and Jerry's we headed home.
Will and I snuck out for a quick beer at a pub right along the waterfront. As we drank our drinks and talked about the highs and lows of our trip we enjoyed the ocean view and watching the sun set and slowly watching ...
... I had to add golf references so my husband would enjoy reading this.]
Finally arrived in the big city of San Francisco! Then it was a game of Pac-Man (and/or Frogger) to find a gas station amidst the one-way streets (and the busses, trolleys, cable cars, cars, bicycles, and pedestrians). We checked into the King George hotel on Mason street near Union Square. One hundred years old, the King George opened just in time for the World's Fair that was held ...