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San Francisco's Curviest Street, Fisherman's Wharf, Palace of Fine Arts & More

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The night before we left San Luis Obispo we decided to look online and see if we could get any good hotel deals in San Francisco. Our search results pulled up a hotel off of Lombard Street in the Cow Hollow District that was only $12- !!! We were unsure if it was too good to be true. We looked at the hotel's website to see what their rooms looked like and what their rates usually were. The place looked clean, safe, in a good neighborhood, and the room rates were usually around $180- !!! We booked the room slightly unsure what our reception at the hotel would be on our arrival. When we checked in the receptionist was blown away by the amazing deal that we had gotten saying that her co-worker had forgotten to add a 0 to the price when she listed the room.

When we were looking for a place to eat dinner, the woman at the front desk recommended Osha Thai Restaurant which featured cool decor, tasty food and good drinks.

When we woke up the following day we only had about three hours to explore San Francisco before we had to continue on our journey. So, as usual we crammed in as much site seeing as possible.

Near the hotel we were staying at there were a couple of really beautiful houses...

Lombard Street the curviest street in the world...

Fisherman's Wharf...

Joe's Taco Lounge. Back in college a friend and I took a road trip down to San Francisco. While we were down there we stayed with my friend's uncle. He took us to this fun taco restaurant located in Mill Valley.

When Chris and I were wondering where to eat for lunch I suggested seeing if Joe's was still around. I was happy to see that it was. The tacos were good and the decor is fun...

This post was originally published on May 31, 2012.