Union Hotel

401 First Street, Benicia, California, 94510, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 401 First Street, Benicia, is near Lands End, John Muir National Historic Site, Benicia State Capitol and Historical Park, and California Magic Dinner Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Benicia

    Day 12 - Fisherman's Wharf and Chocolate :-)

    A travel blog entry by pat-bentley on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... easy walking or public transport access to many of San Francisco's neighbourhoods. It is a physically striking city, and as I hinted yesterday, the street-scapes and architecture is very different to anything I have ever seen. Much of central San Francisco is built around hills - so as you get to the top of a hill, some of the views that emerge are breathtaking! Going up a cable car today from Union Square to Fisherman's Wharf was ...

    Jailedgar5

    A travel blog entry by stopcost4 on Sep 10, 2014

    ... part and you will automatically perform better physically as you move with more confidence, 'Act as if' you were a professional competitive paintball athlete. Jerseys and pants created specifically for tournament paintball will let you progress faster, be a little more agile and execute much harder with increased level. A good paintball outfit offers added padding and protection around influence zones that permit best athletes to search without having other safety ...

    San Francisco (Sans Flowers in Hair)

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... but gorgeous and with much less traffic. We went to the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps Project. The tiled steps were gorgeous, and we took our time climbing and photographing them. A friendly volunteer told us about a second pair of tiled steps within walking distance, so we walked there and loved them just as much. I have always loved mosaic artwork and these tiled steps are beautiful mosaic tiles, with patterns running up the steps as far as you can see. I was ...

    Red Bluff, our final cut!

    A travel blog entry by miaprunetour on Jul 19, 2014

    3 photos

    Sat 19th July 2014 Red Bluff, the final cut! The heavy touring & social schedule is beginning to take its toll, with the recommended departure time taking a battering this morning. Plenty of enthusiasm for our final visit, just not so keen on the 45 min drive in the van, at least there was breakfast waiting for us. Hilary (the gps) must also have had a big night as she sent us to the wrong address so we were a little late ...

    CHAPTER 2: The Day We Went To Prison..

    A travel blog entry by madsandmike on Jun 01, 2014

    ... layer of clothing we purposely put on in hope of an exact opposite result. On the ferry, looking back at the city was amazing. San Fran in all it's glory. The hilly streets, the two bridges, funny shaped towers, they were so interesting to look at (photos galore were taken at this point). Even though it was a bit overcast, the eerie feeling made by the low lying fog when approaching Alcatraz could not have been more fitting. A steep walk up ...