Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay
What's up folks! It's been a few days since my last blog entry and SO much has been going on! On Monday I headed to Golden Gate Park to use up the rest of my free entry vouchers and checked out the Academy of Sciences. This consisted of the worlds biggest aquarium, internal climate controlled jungle in a giant ball and an albino alligator! It had it all. The best bit was the earthquake simulator that I didn't know I'd walked into so wondered what the hell was going on when ...
... Pacific Coast Highway (PCH). Getting there took us through miles and miles of farmland. And if we were better at identifying crops from the road at 65 MPH, I could detail what they were growing, but I do know for sure that we saw grapes, olives, wheat, garlic, cabbage, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and apricots. And the strawberries are in season, because we saw the fruit pickers. It is easy to know when they are out in the fields ...
... allows in unimpeded view of the bay, city and bridge.
The portion of the bridge dedicated to hike and bike is probably about 15 feet wide or so. The left side is for the bikers and the right hand side is for pedestrians.
Of course there are bikers coming from Sausalito as well as bikers from San Francisco going the other direction. All level of bikers, and most of us were not equipped with a bell and you really could not go to fast. ...
arrived in san francisco with airnewzealand wasnt a bad flight, but l
could have done without the 1to2 hour wait going through customs
and immirgration. arrived at the hostel spent some time just relaxing
then went to fishermans wharf. came back and took a nap that was it for
the first day. forgot to add that l came via auckland new zealand ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility