Americas Best Value Inn Vallejo
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... is a devastatingly beautiful area. Acres of vineyards and fields lie in the foreground, backed by the Sierra Nevada mountains, undulating across the horizon behind. Acres upon acres of meticulously neat rows of vines, create a patchwork quilt across the landscape. Add to this the cornflower blue sky with the sunshine beating down and it's a pretty difficult picture to beat. Especially having come from the dull cloud of the bay, we could not have loved the place any ...
... short. Often the limit was how fast we could run round to the start again.
Now it was off to a different part of the park; as we went we spent time with some sting rays and rode the flume. The sting rays were in a pool with a low wall and you were permitted to put your hands into the water and the rays would come and brush against you. The flume is a ride which is a single circuit with one large drop. The aim is to get the passengers ...
We set off on the buses and got off at Washington Square. The nearby St. Peter & Paul's church was lovely from the outside and equally impressive inside. There was a funeral in progress, so we just sat in the back row for a while; however when the family of the deceased lady stood up and started talking about her, and describing how everyone was welcome in her home and she always produced a great meal etc. we felt intrusive and so we left. ...
... crossing". We cracked up so hard that we decided to nickname our car Ped Xing. There is a strange thing about giving an inanimate object a name because we grew extremely attached to Ped Xing and no other car rental could compare! We even gave our subsequent car the name, Epsilon, because it was so inferior in comparison! In fact, we were quite sad to return Ped Xing and the workers at Hertz thought we were really weird for wanting a photo with their car... Next stop New ...
Today we attempted to eat at Cafe GoLo again but sadly it was closed so we introduced Todd to IHOP aka pancake heaven.
We had decided that our first mission of the day would be to bike over the Golden Gate Bridge. We found a good bile rental place close to the bridge and only costing $15 for 3 hours. We did have a little bit of trouble finding the road up to the bridge with me as leader but once Dustin took over as leader we were fine. There was a bit of a incline to ...