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A pampered vacation in the Castro. It's a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom suite in a 1890's San Francisco Victorian with its own private entrance. It has a 6 foot jacuzzi tub, a shower, a sitting room, a full size refrigerator, a microwave, dining room table, 4 dining room chairs, 4 stuffed arm chairs, airport pick-up & drop-off, 24/7 full concierge service, free laundry, board games, free parking, free newspaper, free premium DirecTv w/ 100's of free movies, excellent nail parlor nearby, public transportation right outside your door, free sightseeing, bathroom full of skin care products from my store, day spa with indoor pool & massages available at another location,shopping district including historic Castro Theater 2 blocks away, San Francisco historic Trolley car line 4 blocks away, corner store less than 1 block. I've been living in San Francisco for 30 years and my partner is born and raised San Franciscan and we hope to make this your most memorable trip to San Francisco.
1906 film camera mounted on the front of a cable c: An astonishing blend of horses, wagons and cars - no street lights but plenty of jay walkers. Amazing how dressed up most of the pedestrians are. This is fascinating.
This film was 'lost' for many years. It was the first 35mm film ever. It was taken by camera mounted on the front of a cable car. The amount of automobiles is staggering for 1906. Absolutely amazing! The clock tower at the end of Market Street at the Embarcadero wharf is still there. (I'm also wondering ... how many 'street cleaning' people were employed to pick up after the horses? Talk about going green!)
Great historical film worth watching.
Andrew-We want to thank you for welcoming us and making us feel comfortable. I appreciate all your efforts from sending us the map, to the tour, to the bath products. May god bless you and yours. If you are ever in Albuquerque and need directions, suggestions or a tour please feel free to call or email us.
We will definately recommend your place to others.
The unit is small but just right for us the family of 4. It was clean and amenities are provided like cable tv, plates, glasses and even free jacuzzi foam bath! andy offered us to pick up in the airport which was good as we arrived late at night. He also did a quick tour of us surrounding before we checked in. Location was close to public transpo and good exercise in the morning to get your coffee! Overall great experience!
Andy's place was a cute little house on Castro street. Away from the crowd yet everything was within easy reach. The space was tight but the 2 bedrooms were just nice for our family of 4 adults. Andy is a great host, helpful and easy to communicate. Overall, we had a nice stay.
Andy was an excellent host. We took him up on the offer to pick us up at the airport, and the effortless transport and his neighborhood tour were invaluable. Andy is a longtime resident, so he's a wealth of knowledge about the Castro and San Francisco. The apartment had everything we needed and was clean and well maintained, and the neighborhood was fun and safe. We're very happy with our choice to stay here!
Staying at Andy's place was great. It was the perfect home base for us during our vacation. The location was ideal - close to transportation and cafes. The beds were probably the most comfortable that we've slept in, and my sons loved relaxing in the big tub. Andy himself is the most gracious host - kind, friendly and helpful. Highly recommend!
Our family of 3 very much enjoyed staying at Andy's place in the Castro district. We felt very safe and it was in such a convenient location. I call it the Montmartre of San Francisco with its cafés, restaurants, shops and hills. The rental is so nice - has everything you need and then some. Loved visiting San Francisco and feeling at home at the end of the day. Pickup and drop off at the airport was a really nice bonus!
I've stayed at vrbo properties probably 8-10 times at this point, and-- hands down-- Andy has been the best host I've encountered. Not only did he pick us up at the airport, but he took us on a tour of his neighborhood and oriented us to the city at large. He took a genuine interest in his guests and was intent on making certain our stay was enjoyable.
Personally, I loved the location of this apartment. It's in a true historic neighborhood and not amongst all the tourists. I felt like a native San Franciscan for a few days, eating at neighborhood restaurants and taking the Muni everywhere. Just be forewarned that getting around San Francisco is not fast. If you want to hit the tourist spots, they are about 30-45 minutes away by streetcar.
The apartment itself was quite comfortable for the three of us. As noted, there is no stove, but there's a microwave, toaster, and a refrigerator/freezer which will probably be enough for most groups. It didn't matter to us, but the tv is small and not hi-def (but with all the necessary cable channels). Wifi was a bit spotty in the apartment but generally fine.
Overall, I was very pleased with our stay in San Francisco at Andy's apartment.
San Francisco has both bay and ocean exposure. It's a city of hills and of course views. It also has fog; layering clothing is advised. We have a great public transit system with cable cars acquired from around the world and beautifully restored. We have many incredible National Parks less than one hour away and we have street fairs where artists sell their work all summer long. And with 24/7 concierge service if it can done in or around San Francisco, I can make it happen.
Other Activities: Street Tours including EatingTour, Vampire Tour, and a Castro Street Tour
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3 night minimum stay