Americas Best Value Inn Vallejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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John and I woke up this morning after a good nights sleep, both of us did not realise how tired we were from the interrupted sleep of two nights on the train. We got ready slowly and even though my ankle was a little better it was still painful, I had iced it for awhile the night before even though the hotel provided me with strange ice packs it helped. We first went around the corner again to Roxanne's Cafe ...
... olive groves, with tall cypress or poplar trees; very Mediterranean looking. Then through flat, cattle ranch countryside and finally we began ascending into forested hillsides, many of the trees were scorched and blackened by the forest fires. The winding mountain road took us to 6000 ft before making our descent to the valley floor, where we would be staying. The scenery was breathtaking...
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... 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. ...
... of greenery but you can see the whole city. We then drove to Buena Vista where the people of San Francisco sought refuge for 5 days and watch the fires in the city caused by an earthquake in 1906. We then headed down the hill into Haight Ashbury known for its hippy culture. It's the weirdest place and looks totally run down but Mel's lonely planet book helped point out a few interesting things like Janice Joplin's house, and a clock thats always on ...
... groups and make our way down to the boats. We got the lead guide and a small group which meant we would have to work a lot harder. Sitting in the boat we do some further padel instructions being slightly excited I got told to slow down a bit as everyone has to be in sink. I blame them for all being slow and lazy. We hit straight into class 3 rapids and get a taste of what the day is going to be like. Rapid after rapid the thrill of the white ...