San Francisco at The Presidio Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but a therapeutic one maybe! Oh, so let me explain -- I was to fly yesterday but had an appointment in the morning that got pushed back to 11:30. Didn't make it to airport until 13:20! Needless to say this was a fiasco. I have never missed a flight since I was an undergrad and an international one at that! (See post-call trip to India.). So, I just subconsciously didn't feel like leaving yesterday, possibly guilt over a pleasureable trip and/or anxiety about what ...
... push it after the museum. We'll be in Big Sur in a few days, so I'll get my fill or forest. I was disappointed, but played it cool.
In the evening we headed to the shore for a fancy pants dinner at Waterbar. I made reservations several weeks in advance as it has a great seafood menu (for Mel) and views of the Bay Bridge. The restaurant was perfect and the chef created a special vegetarian dish for me. Perhaps most importantly Waterbar ...
... from Union Square is on the historic streetcars. (Pic 1) These came into service in 1948 on and now are fully restored. They are very popular however so don't expect a seat every ride. Hot dogs had to be on the menu at least once so now was the perfect time as we sat on a bench amongst flower beds waiting to board the ferry to Sausilato on the other side of the bay Dexter: You may be drooling at the thought of this. Mine ...
Today I played the role of the typical tourist and I’m not ashamed to say I enjoyed it immensely. My first stop was Alcatraz. Seb had already seen the infamous prison on a previous trip to San Fran, so I left him snoozing while I ate eggs for breakfast and then walked to the pier to catch my Alcatraz ferry. For the first time the weather was cloudy and cold, pretty
suitable I thought for a prison trip. There were stacks of ...
... were made of wood. To stop the fire they dynamited a section in front of the fire and we drove through the saved section of Victorian style houses which are still lovingly preserved and restored. Following this earthquake, building standards were changed.
Per person people here have more pets than children (and we did see some very cute dogs at the Ferry Buildings) and 30% of the population is gay. To set the mood as we ...