BEST WESTERN PLUS Coyote Point Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Coyote Point Inn San Mateo
Hotellet ligger relativt tæt på lufthavnen og tilbyder bus til og fra lufthavnen. Morgenmad er inkluderet, men er ikke noget at skrive hjem om, men man kan blive mæt. Værelset var fint og rent og relativt billigt, så alt i alt tilfredsstillende.
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It is now late Monday night on the eve before our morning departure for Istanbul. It has been a hectic few days getting ready, but we are just about set to go. We are looking forward to seeing new places and experiencing new adventures. Hope we will be able ...
... a month ago, if I go back again though I must do the nighttime tour, it sounds haunting. I didn’t go on any trams this time round, the closest I came to it was standing on one to take a selfie, but not moving, obviously. Aside that I did see most other spots so I’m not so ******* myself about it, you can’t do everything, in fact I didn’t do some of the things I needed to do, like go shopping, or buy clips for my flags to hang up (which ...
... shops. all trying to entice a buck out of the tourists, but we only bought some grapes which I might add were dear!
We looked at the many ferries as they zoomed over the Bay, and admired how clear the view of Alcatraz was.
Sadly the tour was booked out for today.
When Ben arrived we walked a bit, but I was pretty tired with a sore back, so we managed to flag a taxi and went up to China Town to ...
... we had a stroll part way along,and that was our first day over. Next morning we set off to ChinaTown. It's a long street decorated with lanterns, and many interesting shops. Some market or food stalls would have been nice, but there were none. We jumped on a trolleybus and rode up to Mason and Powell, one of the famous hills of San Fran. The trolley buses were originally conceived back in 1873, when Andrew Hallidie, saw a horse ...
... fronted clothes shops, all jostling for space with the restaurants selling traditional American fayre from around the country. You could have Tex Mex in one shop, BBQ in another, easy coast pizza in another. Although each cuisine was clearly rooted in the history and culture of another country, over time these great cuisines have been embraced, adapted and perfected by the Americans, and salmons square was a show case for this tradition. I truly was a apical place to spend ...