El Dorado Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
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... top floor of the bus which was open (because the bottom was already full) and we were seriously chilled in the windiest parts of the city. We bought a T-shirt and a hoodie; souvenirs. We walked in front the chocolate store where I had fresh cookies and cream ice cream made fresh in the store (or so they claimed). Doune was too full from our In and Out burger lunch. I found room. We slowly walked back to pier 27, the cruise ship pier and got back on. Again, not enough time ...
... was useful info for us regarding wait times for the Cable Car. If you take their advice then there is an expectation that you will pay them something. We politely refused there approaches but they were persistent. Decided on seafood again for dinner tonight so went to another of the restaurants at Fishermans Wharf. Tomorrow brings a trip to Yosemite National Park with a 0700 ...
... we think it may have been an accident.
After we crossed the Antioch Bridge it was clear sailing. Most of the traffic was coming from the East. The trip was uneventful except for intermittent rain along the way (which we need here) until we were on Highway 50 at about 5500 Ft. the rain started coming at us instead of down on us and it had white specs, then it was pure white….SNOW. I was watching the temperature gauge and it kept getting ...
... saloon that Will had been checking out all week. We then went for a walk down to the water again. It was beautiful a nice romantic walk and the a beautiful view to enjoy before we left. Will wanted to take his big camera down to the water to snap some pictures of the Bay Bridge. I took a couple photos on the phone and they are the pictures you see. It was a sweet evening to enjoy together before heading ...
... here it seems that there are between 7000-12000 homeless people in San Fran. There's been a good ten years worth of local government initiatives to address this but the overall number remains unchanged. Google it if you're interested. If you have been to San Francisco you will know what I'm talking about. If you haven't, you have no idea. At times, the kids found it quite confronting and upsetting. I guess I found it confronting and upsetting at times too. For ...