Holiday Inn Express San Francisco Airport South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... bus. When I say climb I mean climb seems the tallest buildings are built on the highest part of the city. What seemed miles was probably only 3 or 4 Kim's but the road just kept going up. Finally got to the top the going down the other side was worse, so steep it felt like we were leaning so far back we were almost on our backsides.
Called into Lefty's for some more fluid intake and back ...
... Art Deco style hotel just off Union Square. They even wished us happy anniversary on our arrival. It's a fabulous place and I've already fallen in love with the laid back West coast! When we checked into our room, we were greeted by a bottle of sparkling wine and chocolates, and a Rubber duck dressed in a bowler hat was smiling at us from the bathroom.
As we changed and readied ourselves to catch our first real glimpses of the city by the bay and the much anticipated ...
... Island with views back to City Today caught early Cable Car to Fishermans wharf and then walked down Embarcadero to Ferry. Building and looked at market held there. Then caught ferry to Sausalito which was ver pleasant and noticed that Main Street is called Bridgeway hence why the cafe at Bridgeway is called Sausalito? After good lunch caught ferry back and walked down Market Street to ...
... 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
... to interact. I learned from them gratitude in its purest and rawest form – fitting for the purpose of my trip. From them I learned how to be nice (or conversely, how not nice I am). Their courteous demeanor is so contagious, it made me want to be just as nice as they are to the point of embarrassing me to not be even ¼ of how they are despite sharing a part of their heritage. Respect is another value they espouse, starting with greetings everywhere I went. ...