Mariposa Plaza

Address: One Main Street, San Francisco, California, 94108, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Civic Center area of San Francisco, is near Scotty's Castle, The Wok Wiz Tour, Stovepipe Wells Village, and Market Street Railway Museum.
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Travel Blogs from San Francisco

Day 3 - Escape to the Rock - Alcatraz

A travel blog entry by jkaram on Jan 15, 2015

16 photos

... to be experts on the Muni system. We hopped a train to Powell station and transferred to another to get to Pier 33.

Pier 33 Alcatraz - For those coming to San Francisco the only tour that actually takes you to the island of Alcatraz is located at Pier 33. All other tours take you by the island. In many ways Alcatraz has reflected the story of San Francisco. San Francisco, named after St Francis of Assisi, was founded by Spanish colonists and ...

There’s gold in them thar hills!

A travel blog entry by spoonball on Dec 17, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... I wouldn’t not have purchased any of them on my own. And then there was the challenge of getting them home in already weight-restricted baggage.

What I loved about this being an Event trip was seeing Yosemite in winter, and the special snow that Tauck arranged. I doubt I would ever have seen the park in this magnificent setting without this offering. And a bonus was the fact that there were so many Tauck home office personnel with us. ...

Weekend tourist thang

A travel blog entry by tracey.bastin on Sep 13, 2014

8 photos

... this as a team building thing - too much joiny-joiny for me! At least there was a team or two that already had the Champers & Buds out. Then we headed back the other way past Fort Mason & over the hill (like there's only one in San Francisco?!) to the Aquatic park. We were lucky to be there on a day that they were having some kind of mini musical festival. There were a heap of volunteers dressed in period costume helping on the pier & on the boats - like a ...

Difference 1 - "How do you do?"

A travel blog entry by gab4ever on Aug 01, 2014

Every time you enter a shop or store in the US there is someone who will say "Welcome" and will ask you if they can help you. A Dutch store men rarely does that and if he does, hardly any Dutch person actually appreciates this. I like it when Im in the US to always have someone who can help you if you want, but home I sometimes get so annoyed because I just want to get what I want without talking to ...

Blazin' Saddles.

A travel blog entry by rainydayfaces on Jun 17, 2014

26 photos

... Fishermen's Wharf and headed down the coast back towards Chrissy Fields where we visited the night before. By the time we'd got to the end of Chrissy Fields we decided to stop and have our packed lunches, it was definitely a lunch with a view. On the way up to the bridge we stopped loads so we have so many photos of us just getting closer and closer to it. Once we finally got up to it through it was amazing, you can't tell the sheer scale of ...