Budget Inn of Hayward
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... occasional statues - Alamo Square, full of the traditional Victorian houses. Very beautiful row houses - the typical ones you think of when thinking 'San Fran', I think anyway. - Haight Ashbury, the hippy zone - full of psychadelic shop fronts, houses and people in general. The pot smoking district..we didn't stop. - ocean beach, a pretty beach front but still has NOTHING on Australian beaches! Though the locals disagree. We finished the tour and before ...
Being our last day in Vancouver we decided to do some washing in the morning, which allowed me to get quite a lot of the way. Today we headed back to Granville Island to see the market while it was open. It's pretty cool, a short 20 minute walk from our hostel over the bridge. We went for lunch and I got clam chowder, originated in Boston which was amazing. And rock fish, just tasted like cod! Pretty chilled day we didn't do a lot but organise ourselves for San ...
... tour with audio. The kids enjoyed it and were interested to see the basic conditions and small cells. They were more interested in the escapes! At 2pm we thought they needed to be reminded of freedom so set off on bikes over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito. Wow Totally recommend this amazing track and views and bridge. Come on Auckland, we could cycle or walk for free!! However in winter 2pm on a lovely Saturday could be a bit late to set ...
... headed to Union Square, here I stayed while John walked back to the hotel to put our purchases away and to charge my iPad as it wad down to 8%. We then walked down to Market Place and the ferry to suss out the ferry times for tomorrow and have some lunch at Market Place. We wandered around for a little while remembering the bookstore that we saw there before we stopped off at Hogg Island Oyster Co ...
The boys wanted to eat in a traditional American diner, with shiny red seats! We found one just off Union Square called, Lori's. Great burgers and fries all round.
Packing tonight in readiness for our four hour drive into Yosemite tomorrow.
What a fantastic city, a league of nations and cultures in one very hilly place, shabby chic with attitude. We will return.