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 just walk the 6 blocks back to the hotel It did give us a chance to check out more of San Francisco up close.
When we gt back to the hotel, we decided to try another of the corner restaurants within walking distance. This one was a place called the Slider Bar. Without knowing what a Slider was, we ventured in, and found out Sliders were a mini-burger, and you ordered 2 or 3 of the various kinds and matched it up with either one ...
... mainly gay patrons, where anyone (if your good) can join the piano player and belt out their favourite tunes. The thing is a lot of Castro residents are theatre performers, singers etc and so the calibre of people you get there is really high! So we headed in, luckily got the last table right by the piano, and ordered 2 martinis. The singers and pianist were great and were obviously regulars who were used to putting on a good show. After a while we started chatting to a couple ...
... too, wearing both together was too restrictive and heavy). Following shopping we went upstairs to the observation deck (360 deg Chicago). As the name suggests, the 100 story building offers 360 deg views of the city. It also has 'Tilt', which is where a portion of the south windows tilt out 30 degrees over the city, with you standing on/leaning on the window and out over the city. I told everyone that's what we were doing, without allowing too many questions as I knew mum ...
Quintessentially San Francisco, Telegraph Hill overlooks the ceaseless activity along the city’s waterfront. This picturesque neighborhood’s immaculate homes preside over its hillsides at the foot of the iconic Coit Tower—a classic San Francisco structure boasting spectacular views of the bay. Exploring this soaring ...
... trains and buses). so onto a train which took out to our B&B stop. Had to walk up a typical San Francisco big slope for about 200 metres and was pooped with the suitcases on wheels. However nice B&B with all windows open and very quite.
Interesting the Bart is a driverless train as was the electric trains back in Vancouver.
Different having accommodation in Suburbia and not Tourist area, although station only a short distance ...