Motel 6 Walnut Creek
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... something since it's a pretty big deal to shut down the entire San Francisco airport. At any rate, our flight was delayed by 40 minutes. They're trying to make up the time while we're in the air - and I hope they do because we have a pretty tight connection in Denver. We'll keep you ...
... the top, and the view was amazing. And we then bumped into the same couple from the car who had also successfully found their way up eventually.
As I said, the view was amazing. However you can’t see the Golden Gate Bridge due to the angle and distance from the coast, so Hayley decided we should walk up the Twin Peaks as well! The Twin Peaks are two hills with an elevation of about 925 feet and are also near the centre of San Francisco, but a little ...
... reading in the gate lounge, where we remained until we boarded an hour late. We watched the plane land and taxi in to the gate twenty minutes after we should have been airborne. Southwest Airlines is popular because it is cheap and no frills, but also you can have one piece of hold baggage free, and one carry-on, before they start charging. A bag of nuts and a drink were given out. At San Francisco we were quickly off, because the flight was continuing on. Bags collected, we went up ...
... bit tacky. It's got that Brighton Pier feel to it. And with seaside tourist tat comes seagulls but these aren't any ordinary seagulls, they are the biggest and brashest gulls you'll ever come across. So when you're cycling along and there is a grey winged beast up ahead, don't expect it to fly away in distress. They own the road and they ain't movin' for nobody. One bird nearly took us both out by refusing to budge from our path - that would ...
... which were badly damaged or lost entirely. We also visited the Ferry Terminal, which is like the Grand Central Station of ferry terminals. It was built in the late 1800s and used to be a thoroughfare for 50,000 people every day. The completion of the famous bridges during the thirties reduced the city's reliance on ferries and made traffic in the terminal a bit lighter. It is now home to a beautiful market, both fixed and farmers. We ended up returning a second ...