The Washington Inn
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The Washington Inn Oakland
Travel Blogs from Oakland
... tells me to pull the truckster into the return line and she will have someone bring the car up. I return to the truckster, and tell Lorraine and the girls to pack up cause we are getting a new ride.
I make my way into the return line, and I pull up next to the suburban. It is all black with blacked out windows in the back. I am psyched as it looks like something the secret service would drive, Lorraine is still ...
... It is an amazing building. So big and unobstructed by any building. The shops were our next stop, we could have spent hours in this shopping mall... and we did! It was 7 levels with a huge amount of different stores. We just happened to stubble upon (planned the the nth degree) the San Francisco 49ers store, where Mike found himself in heaven. Floor to ceiling of 49ers merchandise. And after a while of trying to narrow down the choices Mike picked up ...
... the late afternoon, quickly got ready and went out for dinner in china town with the rest of our tour group- for our final night altogether! Dinner was an incredible smorgasbord of delicious Chinese food and wine! Paul went with the boys to watch the UFC fight so he missed out. It was nice being with the girls and getting a little too crazy with them! After a long dinner we went to 'Kells Irish pub' for drinks. Paul and the other boys met up with us here to party ...
... the MUNI took forever to get anywhere since it stops constantly. In SF's defense, we did not have a chance to try to BART/Caltrain or other public transportation offered other than the MUNI buses.
SF has free tours, museums and such - just need to look up dates & times & details.
This was called "Embarcadero Skyway Tour" because when the tour started, we never went back to ground floor level until it was over. Weaving through buildings and walkways and stairs and condo common areas all above ground level.
There an old arch in the Square which is the only remaining structure from San Francisco's historical produce ...