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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Het is altijd mooi als je verwacht een stad geweldig te vinden en dat dit inderdaad zo was. Het mooie weer kan meegeholpen hebben, maar dat was ook zo in San Diego en Los Angeles en die steden vond ik dus helemaal niets. Maar San Francisco, daar zou ik kunnen wonen. Sterker nog, het is een van mijn favoriete steden samen met Stockholm en Boston. < …
... hanging out in windows, there were now ceramic cats with waving arms (very animated/very chinese) and because of the selfie sticks and all the store catering to touring Americans’ needs). If that last part wasn’t clear—half of Chinatown has become just a tourist attraction much like how a normal suburban house in Alberquerque (referring to Walter White’s house) now gets over 400 visitors a month. I took great pleasure ...
... Fiji at 9:20am the "same day"). Only 1 more flight until we are home sweet home (and ready to face the frigid Chicago winter... yeah right....) Although we are sad our honeymoon is over, we (Amy) are already planning future travels (Australia, Italy, Maldives, South Africa, and hopefully back to New Zealand!) The blog has been a great way for us to remember the details of our trip and we look forward to reminiscing in the future. Thanks for reading along! Until next ...
... it like champs. * All up we rode (or pushed our bikes) a minimum of 9 miles today, not counting the doubling back that Evan and Darcy did. Between that and all my theme park walking my exercise for the year is done. I will have calves of steel! We came back to our room, had showers and malaised around in our pjs for about an hour before recovering our strength for our next mission. We then walked to Bay andTaylor Street and waited for about 20-30 minutes to get on a cable car. ...
... or a taxi, but of course you always get what you pay for. The BART station was right next to our hotel but we still had to take a short walk to the very smelly elevator (no doubt where some of the many homeless on SF's streets spend their nights) and then we had to wrestle with the intricacies of the ticket machine whilst being harassed by a couple of unsavoury characters. Actually it as one ...