Chase Suite Hotel Newark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... tomorrow. We were pretty tired and smelly (hadnt washed since the Mariott) so just chilled in the van. We were hoping to spend all night there but it was clearly sign posted to say you could only be there until 10pm. I wanted to go to joes crabb shack for food but there was a 40 minute wait so we decided to go elsewhere, ended up at some place called The Franciscan Crab Restaurant which was kind of the same but a bit more up market and expensive, the buggers ...
... After checking in, we went for a walk to Pier 39, next to Fisherman’s Wharf. The temperature had fallen to 67F, the wind was picking up, and I was glad I had my windbreaker (much preferred to 98F)! We walked and looked around. We saw magnet stores, a “lefty” store, La Beastro (pet-centric souvenirs), several seafood “eateries” and restaurants, candy stores, jewelry stores, the obligatory ...
... took our mandatory trips from Hyde to Union square downtown and then the Powell / Mason back to Fisherman's Wharf today. Have to say that Downtown San Francisco is like any other city from what we saw. So glad we found our little haven at North Beach to stay at rather than staying in the middle of town. I have a feeling that the people who told us they didn't like San Francisco much stayed downtown. So much to love about San Francisco. ...