Great Highway Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
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... mall, and also went to IHOP for breakfast which was new. Theo Betteridge. Ollie and I had the pleasure of staying in a 4 story mansion with a pool and a hot tub, a basement with a gym, pool table and bar and driving in huge Super Charged Range Rovers. They've shown us a different way of life,how they live and there everyday activities. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at our billets household and the family made us feel more than welcome, building a friendship that will ...
... scent of shisha drifted through the air, and in the next store we found a lovely Hookah lounge. We decided that after all our walking we should restore the balance in our lives our bodies expect and had a mojito shisha between the two of us. What made it epic though was that they guy gave us a cup of bubble mix and a tin foil tube so we could blow smoke bubbles! So much more fun that it should be! We had a great time!
After that we carried on walking towards the ...
... to another palace which was uphill all the way. We made it to the top in good time but our legs will definitely be feeling it tomorrow! We stopped here for a drink to re energise and then went back to return the bikes to the shop. The ride back was wonderful going down all the big streets of San Francisco. We gave the bikes back and started our journey home to San Jose at ...
... New York, New York, New York" The 6 hour flight was uneventful - which is always a good thing in aircraft. The food and all in flight entertainment was charged for, including the flight map. We got into San Francisco at 4pm SF time, so went from a 17 hour to 20 hour time difference from NZ. SF was brilliantly fine and mild and the forecast for the rest of our time here - three nights - is for fine weather with temperatures in the mid twenties and beyond. We ...
... had missed the last connecting Downtown bus. Top tip – don’t use City Sightseeing Company!
The upside of this was that we could use the famous cable cars to get back to the Hotel. They are not the cable cars that are in the air, but rather a cable in the road pulls them around. There are always monster queues to get on to these things at either end, but if you go a couple of stations down the chances are better of getting on as they don’t ...