Americas Best Value Inn Vallejo
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... many trying to take simular photos and Geoff was one of them.
The drive back to the hotel seemed to take a long long time. It had been a long day, Jonathan dropped us off to Emeryville where we picked up a bus driven by Victoria, we got back at to our Hotel at 11pm. Yes we wanted to fall into bed but first we had to prepare for the next day…. At Midnight we crash.
We walked around 15km ...
... made one) Tesla S. Got to talking to the woman driving it and had a bit of a sticky-beak over it. The boot is in the front 'cos there isn't any engine there, and there is a backwards facing dicky-seat arrangement for two extra kids under the hatch-back with a good foot well included - very impressive car for +$US80,000 (I kept thinking it was a Masarati). Now if only it could sound like an Italian V8, we'd all want one!!
... the entertainer for the evening. And even though I don't particularly care for him it was a good show. I must say that we made stunning saloon girls. Check out the pics.
Then off to TooToo's room to say hello and grab a pkg of dried shrimp - YUCK and then to the KLAPPETTS get together. Hung with Lianne (Melbourne) and Martha B. and then home to bed.
... back to Haight Ashbury again as we didn’t really see it yesterday. It is a cool place, it’s where hippies were born or something so everything is bright colours and hippies selling acid on the corners. There isn’t a massive amount to do here though so we ate (a nice hotdog!) and wandered up to some famous square that is used in tons of films.
The baseball ground is class, I’d seen it before by chance at Tom’s and it seemed the ...
... In terms of the target for the day, JJ wanted to try as many of the rides as possible. The hotel was across the road from the park so we walked to the entrance and got past the ticket office before the rides had opened. We wandered around the central area until, at 10.30, the rides opened. We headed straight for Superman, the new attraction, and this ride had a number of high altitude twists and a maximum speed through the station of 63mph. ...