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There are lots of people who commute from Petaluma and work in San Francisco. I highly recommend taking the commuter bus in the morning and returning in the evening. The bus system is called Golden Gate Transit. The Routes are 74 and 76 depending on where you are located in Petaluma. It should be a very easy way to come to San Francisco.

I would not take an RV into San Francisco as there is really nowhere to park it. Although people do commute by bus from Petaluma to work in San Francisco , this seems like an excessive amount of time for you to spend since you have only a couple of days to spend in the City.

This would make your stay a lot more leisurely, with a lot less time on the road, more time to enjoy and sightsee and relax after the saloon. Take transit here and then back to Petaluma after your stay to retrieve the truck and RV. This will cut into your sightseeing time on the first morning and last evening of your stay. Drive in on day 1 and back to Petaluma on the last day, realizing you'll traveling with the commute both ways.

You won't need to drive much in the City; you can see and do a lot with public transit and walking. Downtown hotels charge big fees for parking, but many motor lodges have cheaper or even free parking, mainly along the Lombard Street "motel row" that runs for about a mile from near Fisherman's Wharf to the Presidio. We guarantee you'll have a better time by staying here. The enjoyment will start as soon as you wake up, without having to anticipate the crawl on the freeway in the morning and again that evening.

The mileage charts tell you Petaluma is miles away, but at commute hour, it can be an ordeal of more than an hour. You could take advantage of more entertainment, cultural, shopping, or dining opportunities, knowing your room is within reach. You would also be in the midst of the San Francisco ambience, which is a big part of the experience. If you stay in Petaluma, the biggest part of the City experience you'll have is the commute. We are on what we call the grand tour of the western national parks; we will be traveling over 6, miles, and will have visited 15 parks.

We are breaking our trip up between RVing and hotels already. I do want to enjoy the trip since this in toward the end of our journey. Can you recommend any inexpensive yet clean and safe hotels to stay?

We are into microbreweries and the blues if that helps with any suggestions. We are attending the Blues Fest in Portland over the 4th! The problem with commuting from Petaluma on public transportation is that it's optimized for commuters, with the last Golden Gate Transit 76 Bus departing at 5: This really doesn't give you a chance to enjoy The Saloon or even a decent dinner before trundling off to an hour plus bus ride.

Attaching a price range to your "inexpensive but clean" hotel request will help forum regulars who track this kind of thing give you some ideas. But they are slower than the line 74 or 76 buses. I use transit a good deal, but that's beyond the desirable commute. Do you prefer a hotel or a motel? But driving into the City on the first morning and back out later will save you some time.

If you're fine with less luxury and amenities, there are motor inns and motels along Lombard with cheaper or free parking. Although these places are farther from downtown, they are still within reach of foot or public transit for downtown, the Wharf , the Alcatraz dock, North Beach , Chinatown, and many other attractions.

If you wanted to go to Golden Gate Park , you could drive there because parking is easier. The cable car goes by the front, so you could ride downtown easily. It's convenient for North Beach if you wanted to sample some of the night life there. It can be popular at vacation periods, so check the website for its sister properties, which are farther west on Lombard. You'll see the west end of Lombard as you come off the Golden Gate Bridge. The west end motels tend to be smaller and less luxurious.

Will they store it for you while you spend a couple days in S. Maybe they'll even charge less if you aren't taking up a rental space or using utilities.

Let them know you'll be away and to please keep an eye on it. Don't just leave it on a street somewhere, where there might be a slight chance of a parking ticket or something being stolen. If you are planning to stay in hotels some of the time on your trip, San Francisco is one of the places you should do that! Most KOAs have some extra room to park without charging you for hookups, especially since it sounds as if you have a camper, not a big rig. I'd try to "store" it there so it will be safe, then take public transport into the city for your two days.

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