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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Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay
... met Shelly and Robert- and cute Daisy- and relaxed. Shelly offered help in planning our next few days- so nice to have someone with knowledge of the area. We came over to Half Moon Bay for dinner, and will leave tomorrow for San Francisco for two nights. The one thing this trip is relaying to us is the importance of great friends, and how valuable friendships can ...
... the buildings that survived the 1906 earthquake. We saw Francis Ford Coppulas studio and his cafe in the triangular building on Columbus Avenue. The highlight of the tour was a diversion. We decided to walk up to the Coit Tower . The views were amazing The tour also took us to several places like the I Hungry , where young comedians ...
... one in New York. They're hard to find, and when you do, they usually already have passengers. We tried for quite some time, while also walking in the direction of the hotel (killing two birds with one stone). Eventually we ended up back at our hotel anyway, so the silver lining is at least we didn't have to pay for a taxi (even if it meant walking up insanely large hills while doing it).
We checked into our hotel (which should really have ...
... needed) and zonked out for a couple of hours to revitalise. Went to dinner at a Mexican restaurant about 7pm, it was really good and a Margarita to top it off. Total meal was $90 worth of damage including tip. Stopped for a drink at a roof top bar next to our hotel and could barely stay awake so decided time to really give our bodies time to get over any jet lag and hit the hay. Well that was the idea but around 12:30 the locals decided that it ...
... but it was fun to find on Pier 39. There weren’t nearly as many sea lions as elephant seals we had seen the day before, but it was still fun to see them hanging out in the harbor on the slew of rafts set up them.
As we strolled along, it occurred to Paula to try reaching Louis, her niece, Lara’s dad who lives in San Fran. I tried chasing down a friend, Peter Mahoney, who I had worked with years ago in Sausalito in an attempt to ...