日本語使えます、朝食付き - AMPLE FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET: Minutes from downtown S.F. on close by S.F. Bay Ferry, (auto/BART) is this corner upscale home. Quiet, historic, marina lined island. Adjacent to former Alameda NAS and Hornet ship museum. Across estuary from Jack London Square, Old Oakland, Oakland's Chinatown with quick, easy access to local shopping.
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Very nice breakfast. Also, the space is two bedrooms [not ONE ] that enjoin either side of a shared (Jack & Jill) bathroom. Each of the two bedrooms has a single full bed, each of which accommodates up to two sleepers. It is a perfect arrangement for a small family or a group of close friends traveling together.
Alameda is a small island town in San Francisco Bay across the estuary from Oakland. It is an attraction in its own right with many very nice stores, shops, restaurants and parks within the bustling, cosmopolitan San Francisco metropolitan area. Yet Alameda is only 15 minutes from downtown San Francisco by auto or BART train, and centrally located on the freeway system for ease of access to such attractions as the Napa/Sonoma Counties wine country, picturesque Marin County and the Muir Woods national monument, the Pacific Ocean beaches, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco and its many attractions, e.g. the DeYoung Museum, the Asian Art Museum, the SOMA Museum of Art, Academy of Sciences, AT&T Park (S.F. Giants
Interakcija s gostima
We have always experienced a very pleasurable interaction with our guests - at check-in, during their comings and goings, and at check-out.
No pets/smoking. In Chikako's Japanese tradition shoes to be left
just inside front door. Maximum occupancy - 4. Accommodation: Sleeping room w/o kitchen. Enry/Exit: Ring doorbell - no key - text/call with your estimated return requested.
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Patrick is a corn-fed Hoosier from Indiana and Chikako is a retired ski instructor from Japan. We moved to Bay Area in the late 70's and early 80's, respectively.