Americas Best Value Inn Vallejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... boring. I liked the sea lions but they stunk, the bridge was ok and I didn't mind City Hall - its dome is the fifth largest in the world. The bus took two hours to go around town and I sat out in the open the first time over the Golden Gate Bridge and it was awful. The wind was blowing about 100km/hr and it was freezing. They're right about SF having microclimates - some areas are windy as a ***** and others it actually feels like a bit like summer. ...
... watched them for a while. Walking back down the pier we regretted what we'd already eaten and drooled after the seafood on offer. Back at the ferry point at 1.40 we queued for a time then boarded and left on the 14.10 sailing. We sat outside in the bow on the second deck up and so had a wonderful view all around as we crossed the bay and approached Alcatraz Island. There must have been well over a hundred people aboard. The whole complex got abandoned and neglected ...
... but at least we can now say we ate in a diner. We then continued to walk down the Hype Pier and check out some of the old boats and a view back towards the Golden Gate Bridge, along with the view of Alcatraz. I then talked Will into buying a few shirts for himself, he really hasn't bought himself much on this trip. We then walked along the shops towards the wharf before then turning and ...
Spectacular views, great hiking and interesting and storied Military history. It is also Hawk migrating season, so we saw some interesting birds. Mom this was really your type of place. Hiking, bird watching, military history....seriously. Unfortunately my bad knee ruined the party when it gave way on a downward slope and I took a bit of a tumble. (Don't worry G'ma I'm okay and fully recovered) We decided to cut the hiking short ...
... impressive. The DJ was playing on vinyl with behind him a huuuuuuge screen with the skyline of Seattle flashing by - movie like! The next day there were only morning talks so after those ended we headed once again downtown to go to the Pike's Place Market where at one famous stand the salesmen throw huge salmons to one another, this accompanied by their "songs", my first sushi experience ever (highly ...