Tips and deals of the week: The Zetta San Francisco, PackDivider Drysacks and Al Fresco Holidays competition
Sunday 24 February 2013
San Francisco has a new hotel. The Zetta, part of The Viceroy group, is housed in a 1913 building in the SoMa district. A "classic American party food" restaurant will follow in March (viceroyhotelgroup.com).
Aquapac's new PackDivider Drysacks are waterproof and transparent, so you can see the contents. It makes them good for water-based activities or for leakable items. From £9 (aquapac.net).
Al Fresco Holidays is offering the chance to win a family break at one of its European holiday parks. The competition is for children, who must submit a 500-word story about a journey (blog.thomsonalfresco.co.uk).
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