Great Highway Motor Inn

1234 Great Highway, San Francisco, California, 94122, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the Sunset District area of San Francisco, is near Golden Gate Park, Japanese Tea Garden, Cliff House, and Ocean Beach.
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    San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Sep 04, 2014

    20 photos

    ... slip backwards down a hill, dragging the horses with it. Continuing down the street, we walked to Fishermans Wharf for a picnic lunch before exploring Pier 39. Seeing the hundred or more sea lions was so funny. They just lounge around, sunbathing and climbing over one another, honking and snorting. Pier 39 can probably best be described as a fancy Skegness/Brighton/Southend (take your pick) pier. Lots of gaudy shops selling ...

    Golden Bike Ride

    A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Aug 23, 2014

    ... in our room's sink was much more surprising and disgusting than sick and all fingers pointed to the Israeli guy. His claim that it could have "come from an animal" didn't do his defence any favours. The less said about sinkgate the better. Moving on, we took Spanish George's advice and decided to rent bikes on our own to cycle across the Golden Gate Bridge, as opposed to joining the hostel tour. This was intended to give us more freedom and we got hold ...

    Fog, ferries and felons

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2014

    ... the one we all remember from our childhoods, be it from Happy Days, Grease, Back to the Future or any other programme which romanticises the rock and roll era of the golden age. Right in the middle of the diner was an old Cadillac, the boot (I refuse to say trunk - I am British!) of which had been turned into a dining table. Quarter pinball machines dotted a raised area to our left, while old style jukeboxes and one armed bandits lined the walls. The booths were cherry ...

    A Cable Car, a Bus and an American Diner

    A travel blog entry by the_conways on Aug 07, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... of Sciences Museum, a Japanese Tea Garden, Dutch Windmills and the Victorian Conservatory of Flowers which is a copy of the conservatory at Kew.

    Fantastic facts all the way from our entertaining guide;

    1. There are more dogs than children in San Francisco and all the parks are full of tramps not children.

    2. The city is built on sand dunes and nothing here is natural, everything is man made, ...

    And in the end....

    A travel blog entry by donwen on Jul 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... in this lovely city was going to a baseball game in Candlestick Park and we moved about 2 miles an hour as we crept to our hotel.Finally got there, Wendy found gas and parked the car and we went to dinner.Bringing the car back that night to the airport was another adventure....we found the rental return fine then had to maneuver through the airport to find the shuttles back to the city. We found one right away. We were the last ...