Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
- 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 ...
... say she was too tired and wasn't going to make it. It would have been fun to hang out with her away from the tour because we got along so well, but she had a very difficult 4 weeks and I am sure she was exhausted.
I caught the bus to Golden Gate Park where the festival had also been on Friday and Saturday. There were 5 stages going, but I only went to 2 of them. I saw a little bit of Shelley Colvin and Ralph Stanley's sets, then watched Tweedy, and Sarah ...
... noticing the hats, you were the only one who noticed or appreciated them after we worked so hard to eat all that chocolate.
Today we started out as Social Butterflies. Neither of us are what they consider social but we went for the breakfast. We paid $55 for this breakfast and this is what they had. Coffee, OJ, Water, Dried Out Cold Eggs, Limp Bacon, Palenta (yuck) and a sweet roll. Could have had the same at Denny's for $20 ...
... for the other boys. Down Town had many tall buildings and is the hub for the financial groups. There was an interesting communication shell set up across the busy pedestrian path inviting people to take time out for a chat. A very San Francisco phenomena from the Summer of Love days. It is surprising that one could hear the conversion across the other side.
Macey's was my main target, working my way through floors of possible purchases I ...
Adios San Francisco, you were beautiful! I now completely understand and agree with the saying "I left my heart in San Francisco" because she is one heck of a gorgeous city! As we travel along a beautiful route to Yosemite National Park I'm thinking back over my couple of days in SF and thinking that I've never before appreciated a city as much as this one. I started my only full day with a cable car ride (I had to and was so glad I did!) which took me right ...