Pacific Heights Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPacific Heights Inn San Francisco
This was a terrific choice for a hotel. The room with king sized bed we'd booked had an unexpected bonus: his and her bathrooms! More particularly, the location was fantastic, in the Pacific Heights area (as the name suggests). An area of interesting shops and clubs,safe and friendly, it was within about 20 minutes' walking distance of Fisherman's Wharf and the waterfront The cable car routes could be reached within five or ten minutes as well. The reception at the hotel was warm and friendly.
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As we stepped out this morning, the first thing we noticed was the interesting architecture -- such a variety of residential apartments and condos, mostly walkups, of many colours and styles. The streets are incredibly steep, which, while occasionally ******* the knees, offer stunning views of the city and San Francisco Bay.
Shortly after …
We arrived late in the evening after an incredible drive along the Pacific Coast, always breathtaking, mostly unbelievably beautiful ocean views, and at other times terrifying through the mountains, with sheer drops and few guardrails.
Our hotel is right in the heart of Pacific Heights, within walking distance to the …
Monday 31 March
Sitting here trying to catch up on the blogs pre to leaving tomorrow morning at 5am for our 7am flight to New York.
San Francisco - the hilly city-yes that is very apt description. Our hotel is not far from the crookest street in San Francisco. Street was so steep the council planted gardens down the steepest part to stop …
Got up this morning and left nice and early to travel the 15mins to where we were going to take the bike tour to Sausilto over the Golden Gate Bridge. We had booked parking luckily around the corner using a scoop on voucher Jess had discovered so it only cost us $2:00 each vehicle for the whole day so thought that was a pretty good deal. While driving there we missed a turn as there was some road works and next minute ...
... and then we parted ways and spent the rest of the afternoon wondering the Mission’s many streets and kooky shops. I bought On The Road, in order to reacquaint myself with the Beat era in its home town – so appropriate – and we finally ventured back to the Bart (past some slightly unsavoury Mission inhabitants) and back to our hostel. We were exhausted, and once again made use of our private room to be fat and lazy and watch Austin ...