Good Nite Inn - Redwood City
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- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGood Nite Inn - Redwood City
They charge $4.95 a day for the internet. I didn't notice this when I booked the hotel. I found out when I checked in.
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... zombies while driving a car. I came 5th out of 15 players I won't say where Carla came, but let me say this. If the zombie apocalypse does ever come......don't give Carla a gun. Next on the agenda was a stop off at the San Francisco aquarium. I have to say this was nowhere near as impressive as the Cape Town aquarium but was non the less memorable for 2 things. The first was the petting aquarium where they housed some small baby sharks and stingrays which you were ...
... we walked around, they're just near the marina so we were treated to a view of the Golden Gate Bridge (fog & all), the bay & some beautiful boats. Jeff had to pick Shepard up from school so we continued our tour...direct to Safeway! 1990's logo & all! Back 'home' we veged until everyone came home. I helped make pizzas for dinner, so exciting to be in a real kitchen chopping things again! Who would've thought hotel life would be so ...
... the Presidio, where another big hill took us up, over and down towards the magnificent and iconic Golden Gate Bridge. We'd been biking for a good 2.5 hours already but decided to bike on over the bridge to Sausalito. It was a fun but hectic trip across the bridge with bikers (going both ways) and pedestrians sharing a fairly narrow pathway which ran next to the busy 3 lane highway. The views of San Francisco Bay and the city itself were spectacular. Biking off the bridge ...
... it was a hive of activity in these buildings when they were operational. We saw where the warders and their families lived, and where the electricity is generated, and the old storage buildings, and the ruins of some other constructions. Then on up a good climb to the cellblocks. We had an audio-tour where they give you the little radio and headphones to tell the story as you go along. That works really well, and was very informative, and most interesting. We saw ...
... were so very hungry as we hadn't yet had lunch. Sausalito is an expensive area across the Bay and is home for George Lucas. We had lunch at a little cafe ( marks sandwich was mind blowing!) around 4pm, looked around and then caught the 5pm bus back near our hotel. Mark convinced me to have a sauna and a swim, but pool was quite chilly (Mark says it was warm). We are now just relaxing waiting for ...