Sea Breeze Motel

100 Rockaway Beach Ave., Pacifica, California, 94044, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 100 Rockaway Beach Ave., Pacifica, is near Old Coast Road, Sawyer Camp Trail, Montara State Beach, and Montara Point Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Pacifica

    San Francisco: May 19 - 22

    A travel blog entry by jogheller on May 26, 2014

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    ... are so beautiful, all maintained by volunteers. What an awesome history this place has. We went for a walk along Pier 39, very touristy. Our last full day in San Fran we walked the Golden Gate Bridge, started early in the morning and fog covered the top of the points, on our way back the fog had cleared and we could see San Fran clearly in the back ground. We rode the cable car ...

    Sunny California

    A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 29, 2013

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    ... took us to the airport, and we had time to fill in before we boarded our flight. We heard the 49rs won their game, so can only imagine the celebrations held in town tonight.
    Here it is Sunday evening, the 1st December, and it's the last leg in our journey home. Sadly the end of our great adventure. We will miss most of the flight as we sleep between dinner and breakfast and we also lose Monday as we fly through the time zone into Auckland on Tuesday.

    "Alcatraz was never no good for nobody"

    A travel blog entry by nissa89 on Oct 22, 2013

    ... and did a Big Bus Tour which took us around to some of the popular spots in San Francisco it was a Hop on/off tour so we could come and go up to 6pm.. It was an open top double Decker bus so we had to go up to of course! We were absolutely FREEEZING! As we got closer to the bay the wind got colder and colder it was horrible! We made our way through golden gate park and then over the bridge, the bridge was barely visible due to ...


    A travel blog entry by anelliceabroad on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... the escape attempts. With the Battle of Alcatraz some inmates distracted a guard while they got his key and locked the guard up in D block. After releasing B and C block, they tried to escape but didn't have the key that got them out of the cell house. A huge riot broke out for 2 days and the US marines ended up attacking the place with bombs before they finally detained everyone. Two prisoners in charge were sentenced to death while one got an extra 99 years on his sentence.

    Only in San Francisco (?)

    A travel blog entry by bmah on Oct 05, 2012

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    One thing I've noticed is SF is a lot of businesses and residences have iron gates in front of windows, doors, entryways. It is more unusual to not have these locking gates.

    I assume it is to deal with the homeless situation and to prevent someone from sleeping in your entryway or on your doorstep. These gates detract ...