Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pacifica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We felt like we were home, as the resort welcomed us just as our Wyndham Resorts do in Florida. After getting settled, we needed to go out and get some provisions. There was a small market about a block and a half so we started off about 8 PM DST -5 PM Pacific Time. To put it mildly, it is VERY hilly in SF. The block we had to go up was quite steep. Doug only got about 25 yards and said, "I can't do this". ...
... a 50s diner right near the hotel but I didn't feel like them, so I kept walking. I may have stumbled upon the Ghirardelli Chocolate cafe, and one of their hot fudge sundaes may have been determined to be my dinner. Let's just leave it at that.
When I was wandering around after dinner there were lots of homeless people lying on the footpath, going through the rubbish bins or begging. I got back to the hotel about 9:00 and it was starting to get quite windy and ...
Use functional furniture when you are redecorating a room which is little. For example, you could utilize ottomans rather than true recliners or sofas. You will be making far better utilisation of the area open to you by utilizing the ottoman as both a table or a chair, according to your expections. Making use of items that can "multi-task" will make sure you get the most from your space. Have you ever heard the previous saying about taking off one particular part of ...
... a tee shirt and a crushed penny with the castle on it.
We asked the lady at the bookings counter about the food available in the building and she suggested that we don't eat there but go to Sebastian's which we could see in the distance down by the beachfront. So to Sebastian's we went. It was an old Spanish style building with a sign saying it had been family owned since 1914. Inside was an extensive ...
... homeless, crazies, drunks and drug addicts. The locals seem to be pretty tolerant of them, however, leftover peave and love feelings perhaps of the liberal, carefree days of the 60's? It's kind of like Parkdale in Toronto but 10x more intense.
I am leaving this fine city today, making my way east for the final push home...ahh..home..Chisa, family, friends, moomoo...Toronto in the spring time...woohoo! But first I have to content with the loneliest road in America...more on ...