Vantaggio Suites - Garland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVantaggio Suites - Garland San Francisco
Hotel is nice to stay in, staff very friendly. The location is good, close to everything including transport. But there's a lot of homeless on the streets surrounding, making us not want to be outside at night. And it's in the tenderloin.
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... was a shuttle service to take you around.
Down the mountain again following the rocky river – over a temporary bridge which skirts around a serious landslide (Ferguson slide) which happened in 2006 and is still unstable.
Town of Mariposa in the foothills, an old goldrush town established in 1850 – still has the 'feeling'.
Out of the forest and into agricultural land again; pistachios, almonds, grazing, corn, tomatoes ...
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