Americas Best Value Inn Vallejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of these 5 bison who were just chilling in the shed having a feed. Not exactly worth the walk, but at least we were outside in the sunshine :).
We had gotten a message earlier in the day from Emma, saying that her and Ramona weren't leaving until later in the day, so if we wanted to catch up, we could. After finding the bison, we decided we'd had enough of the park, and so took the bus over to the hotel where Emma and Ramona were staying, ...
... really incredible. There were huge birds above, blue jays and quails in the shrubbery, hummingbirds and other little birds everywhere. And that just to start. About half way down up ahead of my on the path I saw a couple of black tailed deer. They had clocked me too so I had to be quick to get a couple of shots on my camera. When they had done posing for me they bounced off the way that deer do. Very cute. I began thinking about how much life there ...
... 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. ...
... the Penguins feeding time. The skulls exhibition with over 600 skulls had a bit of a grisly allure. We are fully briefed on earthquake safety after going through the earthquake simulator. The highlight though was the showing of "Dark Universe" in the planetarium - fantastic.
After somehow driving back through San ...
... souvenirs and before we knew it it was already time for dinner! A big tourist attraction as well as a popular place for San Francisco habitants are the food trucks. And that is literally what they are: a bunch of trucks who drive around and set up at a different spot in San Francisco every night to sell food. There was a DJ playing music, plenty of chairs and tables and about 30 trucks all selling food from various countries. I enjoyed a Malaysian meal followed by a crème ...