Days Inn San Francisco at the Beach
How has this motel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn San Francisco at the Beach
Travel Blogs from San Francisco
Sat 19th July 2014 Red Bluff, the final cut! The heavy touring & social schedule is beginning to take its toll, with the recommended departure time taking a battering this morning. Plenty of enthusiasm for our final visit, just not so keen on the 45 min drive in the van, at least there was breakfast waiting for us. Hilary (the gps) must also have had a big night as she sent us to the wrong address so we were a little late ...
... motorway for most of the next 5 hours. We amuse ourselves with our holiday sayings using our newly learnt American accents and video of my perfect driving to pumping audio from my iPhone (well you've gotta do something to pass the time). All of a sudden Sarah takes us off on a scenic route through a conservation/wildlife area where we espy an atomic-looking plume of smoke(?) from behind the hills over yonder - what can it be? We never find ...
... br> La (very briefly)
San Luis obisco
We stayed at the half way mark, San Simeon. We went and watched the sun set in the evening and went for a walk along the beach. We also saw dolphins which was great!
On day two we set off again along highway one. This is a great coastal highway with some inland stretches as well. The scenery along here was phenomenal. From the ...
... Columbus Avenue we get to hear some of the stories about key artistslike Jack Keruac, the City Lights Book Store and the obescenity trial, the mural paintings and more.
The next stop is the area around Lombard street where we get a rerun of what we saw yesterday, but as today is Saturday the insanity has increased exponentially. This time around we also get a glimpse into what the local inhabitant havet o go through just to get to their ...
... sign reading (7) "Tin How Temple." Climb three flights of stairs to find the oldest Chinese temple in the U.S. (founded in 1852). Beneath a ceiling glimmering with golden lanterns and amid smoky ribbons of incense, locals pray to Tin How, the goddess of heaven and sea. (And it was ...