Touchstone Hotel - City Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another Denny's this time for breakfast. Feeling like we've had enough fast-food for a month now. Continued our drive up to San Francisco on Highway 1, a beautiful road that runs parallel to the Pacific Ocean. Stopped off at a couple places including a junk house, built by a garbage man in the early 20th century, the whole house was built from recycled materials. Then we stopped at ...
... was a bit crazy.
One of the visits was to Neiman Marcus and Ryan, one of the cosmetic experts helped Rosie giving her a full makeover. He was entertaining and flamboyant and great at making this interesting, giving Angus a small insight into the mystery of cosmetics – oh and some free samples. We then stopped at a Starbucks (as they are from Seattle we consider them familiar) near the square and planned ...
... unable to take me. I still really wanted to go and managed to book myself on a last minute tour which involved taking a ferry and a bus to get there. It was such a nice day, exploring 4 different wineries and tasting wines at different stages of the process. The taste was so different at 6 weeks compared to 18months in the barrel. After starting tasting at 10am and having 4 very American-sized servings of wine at each winery, I had a very sleepy ...
... and rested up a bit before going out to dinner at Scoma's, a fantastic seafood restaurant that had its own fish receiving area, proving how fresh the fish actually is. After having clam chowder and different seafood main courses, we walked back to Ghirardelli for a hot fudge sundae, and a lesson on chocolate making. We found ourselves back in the hotel shortly after, amazed at how much we accomplished! Travel day is tomorrow so we hope to rest ...