The Inn At Mavericks
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Jen was quite happy to push a fast walking pace back to the hotel after dinner.
Bags are packed, weight checked and we are all ready for our flight to Miami tomorrow. As some of you will remember when we first mentioned our two year overseas trip, we were focussed on San Fran. Whilst we have enjoyed our time here, we are super pleased we re-routed to London.
Roll on Florida.
Cheers, The Berrys
Work free sightseeing day today so while the OP tour party did the hop on hop off bus tour I took myself off on public transport, subway and buses, to Golden Gate Park to visit the Academy of Science museum with its rainforest and aquarium and other museum objects plus a skills exhibition. Also visited the De Young Art Museum which was hosting ...
... flowed continuously with its six lanes of traffic and narrow walkways for bikes and pedestrians. It was packed! After enjoying the view we drove up to a view point to appreciate a fabulous view of the Golden Gate Bridge overlooking San Francisco city. We stood from a distance enjoying this breathtaking view. We then drove to Sausalite for a bite to eat before heading to Golden Gate Park. This is a special park filled with so much beauty, ...
... good. And it was, The island has fleas... Next on the agenda was the Treasure Island Flea. A unique open flea market on Treasure Island under the Bay Bridge. What fun! Every type of person was there and they all seemed to have brought their pocket sized dogs with them. It's just one night... It's just one night... Drove out of the city to the surf town of Half Moon Bay. Checking in and out of 5 hotels this week ...
... saving a queue that stretched for 200m) and comfy seats :)
Alcatraz has a strange foreboding feel about it. Originally a fortress built in the 1860's, but famous as a maximum prison in the 40's (Al Capone did his time there). It is cold, windswept rock in the middle of the bay. The guided commentary tour is well worth while and documents the various breakout attempts over the years. Definitely a must see in San Francisco.