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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DAY 73 We set off to San Fransisco just after 8.30am having been very chilly through our second nights sleep at Curry Village.
It was a slow looping road out towards San Fran and it was made worse by being stick behind a large truck.
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... you and your cell. We left the island in the afternoon on the ferry and went for a wander around Fishermans Wharf before driving to Fresno which is 4 hours away from San Francisco. We were heading to Fresno because Steve and Carolyne were visiting Michelle's family. We arrived in Fresno at 8pm and we were greeted by Michelle's lovely family. We had an amazing Mexican meal and then got some sleep so we were wide awake for the next ...
Woke up around 7:40 after a nice nights sleep feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day. We hires bikes from Dylan's Bike tours and decided we would do it on our owns. Firstly we headed down the water front past all the piers and stop again at the clock tower for a coffee ( I learnt that ice coffee here isn't the same as home), then we headed on to Pier 39. Which was awesome. We walked ...
... and filling – so much so that we didn't want a cheesecake afterwards). We went back to the hotel, and by this time is was about 3 hours after we originally arrived. The guy then said they need a couple more hours because they were buying a new bed because the old one was broken..! This seemed a little bit odd - I was starting to wonder what they had to clean up from the last guest.
We hit the town again and did some shopping (well Anja did, anyway). At ...