Holiday Inn Express San Francisco Airport South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to pier 33 was just a nice 5-10 minute stroll in the crisp morning air, nice and refreshing as the hotel room is warm even without the heating on. We are all overdressed at night. We grabbed some yogurt and granola for a quick breakfast at the wharf while waiting for the ferry over. While in the line I grabbed hold of a hand and pushed who I thought was Kobi behind me so I could pay at the counter, looked to my right and saw ...
... he may never eat Chinese food again. Many fish markets selling every kind of fish imaginable, fruits and vegetables I had never heard of, and bake shops and grocery stores selling mostly foreign foods. The smells did not whet our appetites. We walked through China town and made our way back to 750 Sutter St. A good walk , not too steep, but we were ready to sit and relax when we got here. Pizza for supper and early to bed. A great ...
... The area teeters out at the intersection of Columbus Street which marks the start of North Beach, The Italian District, Red Light Central, and where you'll find City Lights Bookstore and The Beats Museum. We dipped into all these bohemian cornerstones, delighting in the dapper bouncer at The Condor Club (Americas 1st tittie bar) encouraging us inside with a "Ladies admitted free," to the last of the mohawked death-metal Indians outside The Beat Museum cursing ...
Today's been a jam-packed exhaustive day! After breakfast in the hotel (in which I decided to spill Cheerios over the floor!) we came back to the room and watched J Law on Kelly and Michael before setting out. We saw the city hall and then proceeded to discover twitter hq! Walking down the street we stopped off in Starbucks before we found Castro. We had a cookie from Hot Cookie before setting off on a trek to Haight ...
... overall a bit of a letdown. We did find a great icecream place right next to the boardwalk so not a complete loss :-)
After strolling around for a bit we get back in the car and drive to our first stay along the road - Monterey, famous for the Aquarium and Cannery Row. Monterey is also neighbour to 17 Mile Drive with the Lonely Cypress