Sands Motel

Address: 14800 San Pablo Avenue, San Pablo, California, 94806, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 14800 San Pablo Avenue, San Pablo, is near Point Pinole, Casino San Pablo, and 381 G Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from San Pablo

    Day twenty four Golden Gate Bridge

    A travel blog entry by thetravelling2 on Apr 04, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    Today we said goodbye to Trex. For over 4600 miles she put up with us. We only nearly died once. We only drove the side into a hedge once. We killed approximately 3.85 million bugs We filled up with gas a ridiculous number of times. We fixed the windscreen wiper 8 times, twice in the rain. We fixed the sat nav a crazy number of times. We learned to love that van. ••• This morning we woke up early - God it was lovely to get ...

    Fisherman's Wharf and The Golden Gate Bridge.

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Mar 28, 2015

    6 photos

    I slept fine, Amanda didn't. Porridge and fruit for breakfast. It's not the warmest of houses, and it reminds us a bit of theatrical digs we used to have to use years ago. Not complaining, it's just another experience along the way. Mid morning we caught a bus downtown and checked out the car hire garage off Union Square and visited the Tourist Centre for maps and ideas. Then took a tram down to Ferry Building where there was a Farmers' Market where ...

    Day 4: How NOT to go to Fisherman's Wharf 21 March

    A travel blog entry by jennyleegee on Mar 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Saves a whole lot of hassle and reduces costs from dining out. Tips from the day? 1. If you buy a sim card with mobile data included, research first to see what the data speed is like because the product we purchased from T-Mobile really let us down. When we needed to use maps it simply did not work (or if it worked it was far too slow to be useful). 2. Plan your transport and know your way back from Fisherman's Wharf - irrespective of your intention to actually go there 3. TAKE A HARD COPY ...

    Go Hawks

    A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Jan 10, 2015

    2 photos

    Today is one of our last days in San Francisco and our holiday in general. So we laid low for the morning, spent it in bed watching TV all snuggled up. We then headed out for lunch. We went to a little hole in the wall that serves hotdogs up in Little Italy. They were pretty good. We then went for a walk down to the Embarcadero, as it would turn out there were some markets going on. Will found some photographs ...

    The bush, the bread and the bridge - at last

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Dec 23, 2014

    ... somebody to open it. "Hi, I was wondering if you could send somebody up to room 702 to open the door between 702 and 703?" He replied "It's voice activated". I smiled. He smiled back. I told Mum about my second encounter with the front desk and she said that it is not very American to have that much 'think on your toes' sense of humour.

    Soon afterward we set off for Union Square and checked out the ...