Union Square Plaza Hotel
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This morning was another early one. I have a rental car to get to only a few blocks away on Mason street. Hertz has so many convenient locations around the hostel and this one just happened to be open the latest in case I need to keep it late. At about 7am on the way to Hertz I passed by a rough looking accident, I'll be driving on these streets today so I hope they aren't as dangerous as they appear. I picked up my awesome little Corolla and headed out of the city, over the Golden Gate ...
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