Inn at the Presidio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... in on the Amtrak and getting to their hotel at 10pm. We got a taxi there, waited ages as they were late arriving, then met up with them at about 11:30pm. We all caught up with our holiday adventures, then said our goodbyes and got a taxi back to our hotel. We all needed sleep after another full on day, but had to be up at 6am as we were ironically getting the Amtrak train from San Fran and heading down the coast to Santa Barbara for the next three ...
... warned about. We were told it would be an experience, to be careful, and not to walk home from the BART station. All went very smoothly until about halfway through the ride home when a voice came on the loudspeaker indicating that our destination stop was closed due to police activity. We got off a stop early and picked up an uber from there.
The following day was another action-packed touristing adventure. We started by wandering around Muir ...
... pretty sure they didn't get on either one haha.
Anyway I was off to see the painted ladies, rdad the stops wrong and had to go out to fishermans wharf to change buses anyway so I jumped out and went to in-n-out burger for a little taste of Americana, so there is 3 burger choices on the menu, double double which is double beef and cheese, hamburger and a cheese burger, I went with a basic cheeseburger and fries, the joint was packed, surprising with so little variety on the menu ...
... the research and decided that Twin Peaks should be our first stop. We got there with the wind blowing and temperature decidedly chilly. I lived in San Francisco in the 80’s and remembered how it was cool in the summer, and wet and cold in the winter. I was glad it was summer.
From there we made it to Fisherman’s Warf knowing the world famous clam chowder was a must. We ended up in Alioto’s Restaurant on the warf and were served by ...
... to free wheel our way down most of the 26 mile track but coming to the tunnel, we couldn't help have another go, taking it in turns this time. Then faced with just 20 miles of range left and the sat mac telling us the nearest place to fill up was 70 miles! We crawled along at minimal speed before centrally arriving at a place that sold fuel that wasn't shown on the sat nav just as the gauge was touching empty. Grabbed a giant pizza and returned to our hostel for the ...