Sleep Over Sauce
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... if we could cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge. It was pretty ambitious but Isabel had decided she wanted to eat her sandwich sitting in one of the trailers. Thomas eventually opted for a bigger bike with gears to tackle the hills. He managed it up Fort Mason hill and then we were on the long bike route along Crissey Field hugging the bay coast leading up to Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge was looming larger in the distance but the ...
... the prison. It was a very interesting tour and they even had one of the ex prison inmates doing a book signing. Once back at Pier 39 we chose a little hole in the wall shop Hook and Cook and had the fish wrap with garlic fries. Soooooo gooooood! Afterwards we walked around the Fishermans Wharf shops and I bought an awesome San Fran jumper. Dinner was at one of the oldest Italian restaurants in the U.S- ...
... people say Chinese. It is good if you want to try Chinese food and buy their products.
It is near the China town. It is easy to spot the Transamerica Pyramid. It is tall and eye-catching. It is the tallest building in san francisco and I took lots of photos there.
It is rather small comparing with China Town. However, there is a five-tiered ...
... fancy lofts. There are a couple of chocolate shops still within the complex that were teeming with people. The trick is just to go in and out of the shops at differences entrances and you get a free sample every time. After my full of free chocolate I headed back to the cable car, this time determined to ride on the side. Luckily it wasn't as busy and I got a spot on the side just a few minutes into the ride. I can see why everyone thinks this is so fun. You really do just hang off ...
... the land area of SF. Then in 1906 they had a massive earthquake which destroyed much of SF & the rubble & waste from this was also used to create flatter areas. This seems to be where the city itself (high rise office blocks etc) is built. The residential areas are where it gets steep & we will explore these a little tomorrow on cable cars & walking (Lombardi Street).
I'm trying not to be judgemental but you ...