Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... deserted. It was fabulous! JB and Reika had brought beach chairs and a frisbee, so we sat and had a beer and learned that our children do not know how to throw a frisbee! Our day was wonderful, and we have to thank JB and Reika for introducing us to an area and a restaurant we never would have found on our own. We loved our time in Half Moon Bay and it was just what we needed.
Two last notes: We were shocked by how many pumpkin patches we saw in this ...
... since a ride on these vehicles have their ups and downs!!!!!!!! and he had enough weight to lean back ******* that tall brake handle on the down sides. (Pics 1-3) Coffee @ Baudin's Sourdough bakery and MORE free WIFI so called Ruth on Viber for 20 mins and had a good catch up. Then walked to look at some interesting wildlife. (Pics 4-5). To Dexter: I thought it must have been you as the barking sounds exactly the same ...
... us got soaked from the choppy waves. It was then on to the Golden Gate Bridge, approaching it you finally had that feeling the at we had landed in San Fran and a bit emotional as i saw it I knew that our trek was due to end. Sailing under was amazing although I'm happy I didn't see anyone jump which it's notorious for. As it stared to go dark the bridge was all lit up and you had an exceptionally good view of San Francisco Bay all twinkly ...
... only to find they don't open for lunch! And you've guessed it, the second best restaurant is Scoma's which is just around the corner from whence we came!!! Having now worked up quite an appetite we race off to Scoma's, arriving here to find there is a bloody queue. But here's the freaky part of the story - as we get to the entrance a smiling, middle-aged man with a bit of a bouffant hairstyle and a very 1960's ...
... all I could think in my mind was how much was this going to cost and would our insurance cover it! How would it work, would be pay up front, would they contact our insurers direct! The wedding was days away and we were meeting our first guests in two days and they want to do a Mammogram! So my first thought was no, I would wait until we were home! But how could I face my Mum and everyone else knowing this was going on and not knowing any answers! ...