Saturday, May 1, 2010


San Francisco is a fascinating city to explore. So many different neighbourhoods representing various cultures and the cuisine and the food products that go with them. It is also a great walk-about city and many fascinating places can be visited.

Where to stay is always a question so being a traveller, I would like to recommend the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf. This towering, newly renovated hotel is very centrally located and there are trams, cable cars and buses within a stone’s throw as are restaurants, shops and places of interest, especially the old wharf buildings that now house cafes, boutiques and markets.
The restaurant at the Hyatt is called Knuckles and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a modern ambiance. The bar is very long and serves every kind of drink imaginable! No matter what time of day or night, you can find tasty food and drink to enjoy.
The bedrooms are large with a generous work area, and we slept most peacefully on grand beds with plush pillows, soft sheeting and downy blankets all piled on pillow-top mattresses. The large LCD TV offers television at its best and WI access is available for a nominal fee.

Wanting to take good care of their guests, special Packages are available. You can indulge yourself in the “Amour Romance” which includes sparkling wine, chocolate covered strawberries and a late check out; the “Balance Relaxation” Package; the “Explore” Package or the “Awaken Bed & Breakfast” Package. WE did and enjoyed them very much.

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