City Center Inn & Suites - San Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Monday morning we set off for San Francisco which was 145 miles as the crow flies, Sue started off driving for a couple of hours around the twisty rugged terrain. We changed over when it got busy as we came to the motorways into the outskirts of San Francisco, rather strange now after single track roads to 5 lane highways. Sue's map reading was …
... outside just in time for him to pull up, load them in, and offer us bottled water. Things were going really well so far.
The drive to BART is uneventful, but when we notice crowds of people standing outside the Castro Valley BART station as we roll our suitcases down the ramp we begin to get a little worried. As we roll by, the crowd tells us "All connections to San Francisco are closed due to a fire in Embarcadero." That is going to be a problem for ...
... sickness, which wasn't actually too bad this time. We got free drinks on board so I had a glass/plastic cup of wine. It was a nice way to see the bridge from a different view. We then made our way to Bubba Gump for dinner. This restaurant was dedicated to everything Forrest Gump. It was a shrimp restaurant but we had burgers. We even got quizzed on our Forrest Gump knowledge by our waitress. It was a fun ...
... San Francisco. I make several purchases (including a new Wustoff paring knife and organic grey sea salt) and meet up with the Dream Team at the designated place and time.
Dim Sum: Think small plates at a tapas restaurant or brunch where the buffet is brought to your table. After visiting the market, Scott, Nick and I went to the City View Restaurant in China Town for Dim Sum. Scott and I were there the last time we were ...