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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the restaurant we returned to for Dinner also hosted 4 Witches dressed with big purple hair, short skirts, mesh stockings and high heels.
The area we stayed in was 45 minutes by slow bus to downtown - there is a fast bus but we never bothered. The bus drivers are very helpful. The area of Bernal Heights has a mixed population - including white folks! and the houses are well kept and of different architectural styles. It was great not to be in ...
... you see in the movies. Upon being met by our host, we soon had the wind put up us by her list of do's and don'ts, Apparently NEVER use your phone in public because it WILL be stolen, don't go out after dark, keep your house alarm on even when you are in bed, only shop in certain places and eat before going out for dinner, it's very hard to find something that looks like it has met health regulations. The good news is we found a cheap brand of sparkling we like and we now have ...
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Anything green was where there were landscaping programs and lawns.
Got some interesting fog photos later coming back to the city. And the car temp showed from 80F leaving Palo Alto to well over a 20 degree F drop heading into SF. BRRR. It was amazing how that thermostat kept on dropping as we drove...
Some neat Market Street photos too.
PS - all of Lina's detail was for me so I can remember.
... Walked through Gateway Park to the area where the amphitheatre the Dejong Modern Art Museum and the Science and Technology Museum are. Time was limited but we went into the Modern Art Museum and went up to the observation deck which allowed us a wonderful view of San Francisco all round. After that we went to the Japanese garden which was so worth the seven dollars entry fee per person. ...
... Only Katie, Solie, and Cynthia were booked for the tour, which Cynthia had just learned started with a one hour video presentation. Anne would take care of Aiya, and Grant and I would venture out on our own. Grant had downloaded the "iStanford" app on his phone, which among other things showed you your location on a map of the university. Grant had seen a brochure about renting bikes and wanted to do that. So he and I set out in search of the bike shop. It was a ...