Oceanview Motel

Address: 4340 Judah St., San Francisco, California, 94122, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the Sunset District area of San Francisco, is near Golden Gate Park, Japanese Tea Garden, Cliff House, and Ocean Beach.
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    Time for some woods and wine

    A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 01, 2015

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    ... Napa weather and sober up from all that wine. I had to have the car back by 6pm and I knew traffic getting into San Fran was going to be rough. I knew I had to leave at least 2 hours early so when 3:45 came around I decided to head out towards the city. The PwCers from London I met the day before invited me to a Giants game that night so I should make it in plenty of time to meet them. Looks like the traffic was already backing up just getting out of Napa on the one lane road. I knew this ...

    Day 5 The tackiest of all tourist days Hung

    A travel blog entry by leroy.turnbull on May 25, 2015

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    ... top of a hill. The only good thing about that was the freshness of the air. From here you get bulk views of the city and bay, I paid the $8 to go up the top of the tower but the line was 30 minutes, I gave up after waiting for 5 minutes so I basically paid $8 for a stamp. I then went down to pier 39 and smashed a hotdog, which was a much better hung decision. I walked t the end of it to see all the sea ...

    The search for 2640 Steiner Street

    A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... Robin Williams died. Many messages including quotes from his films and others saying thanks for the laughs. The trees were also covered in the messages. It was lovely to see what everybody had said about him. After seeing the house we had lunch (chilli) looking out to the Golden Gate Bridge and the continued our walk to Lombard street where one section of the street narrowly winds down a steep section of the road. It's strange to see as all of San Francisco is ...

    Tour de SF

    A travel blog entry by sprinklebabe on Oct 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the 60s/70s and still is), and of course, Alamo Square for the obligatory photo of "the painted ladies". For those not in the know. You would know them from the opening credits of "Full House" back in the day :-) All in all, it was a great tour and a fantastic day. We would highly recommend a personal tour to anyone. Although it is a more expensive way to see the city, it was a highly detailed tour and can be personalised anyway you would ...

    If you're going to San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by simonedimarie on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... Then to the Golden
    gate bridge, which was also really really windy. So many windsurfers flying
    around in the choppy ocean, I wished at that moment that I could windsurf! As I
    learnt on the wakeboard, God hasn’t gifted me in the surfing department. We saw
    Alcatraz as well, on a rock just out from the port. Apparently trying to escape
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