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TripAdvisor Reviews Coastside Inn Half Moon Bay
Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay
... beach itself was deserted apart from a couple walking in the distance. It was very bleak but beautiful. After walking along enjoying the wind in my hair and the salty scent of the sea I turned back up to my doom (I’m only kidding, I wasn’t nervous at all on the way back – my stern talking to did the trick). During the last part of the walk up to the car I met a very friendly lady called Ann and we chatted about travelling until we ...
... for the first time ever. The bay is gorgeous and everything is calm as it is 8am. The serenity is thick and I can feel the relaxation setting in and things slowing down as we put the fast paced east coast world behind us and say hello west coast. We spend a while on the beach, then hop back into the car and make our way up Route 1 on our way to San Francisco. Although the scenery is stunning, the girls are buried in their iPhones. Lorraine is enjoying the sights and pulling ...
... that we went on a double Decker bus and on the bus we went across the Golden Gate bridge and we saw some people walking across the bridge and then we went back.
Also in San Francisco we went to Pier 39 and we saw a sea lion. From here we could also see the island that used to be a prison. It is called Alcatraz.
Then we went back on the subway to the Bay Landing Hotel. After we had three days in America we flew to Paris
... lunch at Johnny Rockets, which looked like a 60s style diner. After, we bought some hoodies for the kids. At these shops, the kids got to choose which character they wanted, and then choose the hoodie, and they made it up then and there. James got a Raphael hoodie, with the TMNT print on the front, hood, and back. And Crystal chose a Frozen print for the back of her hoodie. It was reasonably priced at ...
... the area. As we walk down towards Fisherman’s Warf (which we will skip as we don’t really need a tourguide for that) Katya coniinues to take us passed some small parks and walkways that we for sure would not have found or thought of ourselves. One of the more beautiful vistapoints turns out to be on top of the Arts College which offers beautiful views both towards the city center and out across the bay.
From there we continue ...