Regency Inn San Francisco Airport
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... got off. They also stiffed her completely on the tip so she was not at all pleased. It was a shame that we could not speak with the other guests more due to the excessive noise. When we arrived back we packed our things, ready to be picked up in 10-15 mins which turned out to be something more like an hour. Once moved into our new lodgings, we decided to take a recommendation and go to Millennium - a top notch vegan restaurant. Another wait of about an ...
... famous district. A nice chocolate shop, the world famous cable cars and the steep roads plus many much. We headed back to the hotel around 11pm, where we learnt Hikaru had actually booked to fly from San Jose not San Fran, Emily did her last piece of trek leading helping to organise the transfer coach. This all seemed fitting way to end an amazing 26 days as group. We all said an emotional goodbye and headed to the hotel rooms. The trek had officially ...
... Linda, Don and me walked over to Lower Yosemite Falls. Unfortunately due to the time of year the falls were dry. It was a shame but still pretty to look at.
Then it was tour time. I sat with Gail and Stewart for the ranger tour. The current sun and the prior rain meant that we had some rare clouds over the rocks instead of the regular clear blue skies. The clouds just made the place all the more stunning. I really did catch flies all the way round. My jaw was agape at the ...
... About to head off, Micah needed the toilet again. A lady let us use their toilet in a restaurant. He didn't make it and it wasn't wee. Guess who was the lucky one to clean it up, Dad. Headed off again. Don't know how long the beach is at Long Beach, but reckon it can't be that long, because we didn't see it.
Started to head up the highway for San Francisco. Stopped about 100 miles up ...
Home again..... sadly.
Back to work, back to reality. It is safe to say I did NOT want to return to so called "Beautiful British Columbia" because while it is voted the second best city in the world, I would rather be anywhere else.
I enjoyed my time by myself and I needed the break away from my hectic life. While it may seem like I just gallivanting my time away from vacation destination to vacation, I actually have it pretty hard in Vancouver. ...