San Francisco at The Presidio Travelodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into Oakland. We decided to wait out the traffic and find out which restaurants were close by. The GPS came up with the Cheescake Factory. We selected it and let the GPS take us there. It told us to pull off the road at the San Quentin exit and go right. I said to Maureen that I though there was a prison here and lo and behold the GPS took me to the front door of San Quentin Prison! . Boy did ...
... them). After purchasing the pass we booked our tour to Alcatraz for Thursday and then walked to the Hyde Street Cable cars. The views were spectacular!
Next stop was the Irish Bank Pub which we could walk to from the end of the cable car ride. It was a great pub and I discovered it has a very famous patron, Padrig Harrington, who ...
... tour booked of Alcatraz and of the general San Fran city area. The tour was supposed to only go for three hours but we soon found that this was only the Alcatraz part so sine our day was already mega packed, we had to forfeit the city tour (which wasn't that bad as we had a fairly good tour on our way to the wineries the day before and had done some exploring ourselves). Alcatraz was pretty good and the audio tour of the prison was really ...
... unbelievable! Unfortunately we didn't have a lot of time to spend in Sedona but the little we did was breathtakingly beautiful. From there we headed towards the Grand Canyon where we had paid for an optional helicopter flight over the canyon. Arriving at the little airport we were getting excited. We were on the first helicopter out of our group along with 4 guys from our tour. Taking off it was about 6 minutes before we broached the canyons edge. It ...
... of people were out picnicking and walking dogs.
Then I hopped on another bus to the Mission district, named for the Mission Dolores and San Francisco's oldest neighbourhood. The mission was built in the late 1700s and is the oldest building still standing in San Francisco. The neighbourhood is full of Mexican and South American people, as well as funky shops and eateries. I picked up some fruit and snacks for dinner ...