Americas Best Value Inn Concord

Address: 3555 Clayton Rd, Concord, California, 94519, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3555 Clayton Rd, Concord, is near Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Boundary Oak Golf Course, Diablo Creek Golf Course, and Diablo Hills Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Concord

Day 1 Sydney to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by marcellinousa on Dec 15, 2014

... and headed straight out to get some SIM cards for our phones. That was successful so after a little bit of window shopping we found a nice little seafood/grill restaurant to have an early dinner consisting of a couple of perfectly cooked steaks and a couple of nice seafood dishes, we  jumped back on the cable car and headed back to the hotel. The tv went on, we all climbed into to bed and Steve was first asleep and snoring by 6.45pm, the kids and I were gone by ...

Flying is NO FUN! !!

A travel blog entry by nanaof7 on Sep 27, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Our flight to San Francisco was not a smooth one. We arrived at the airport about 10:30, checked our bags, got through security quickly and got to the gate by 11. Boarding was to begin by 11:30 but alas that was not to be. The captain came to the check in desk and told us that there was a mechanical problem and the mechanics were working on it and hopefully we would get out by 1:00 PM. Luckily there is free WIFI ...

Fisherman wharf

A travel blog entry by siouxzq on Aug 17, 2014

2 photos

... bar in town where they have great bands playing every night. The one and only batman there, Huck was his name, did a great job looking after everyone. It turns out that the upstairs rooms of this saloon was used as a *****house and back in 1906 there were massive earthquakes and fires. Wiping out most of the city. The fire department saved the saloon from destruction, purely because they didn't want to lose the *****house to the ...

Oh My Head.....

A travel blog entry by oscarsadventure on Aug 11, 2014

... though.

The one thing to write about today is how strange some communities are. We are in a town where nobody smiles and it seems everybody is mad. I'm sure not everybody, but where ever we went; grocery store, gas station, hotel. I even started deliberately saying hello to people with a smile ...

Happy San Francisco Birthday Deanne

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 01, 2014

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... enough in California. It is a good feeling to be here in Sydney's sister city with Deanne on her milestone birthday. She sensed immediately the truth behind this town: that San Francisco has always been the one American community which has maintained a literary and art vibe at total variance with the prevailing pattern in the USA. During the 1930s San Fran was a strong trade-union town with a politically powerful Left. It was, however, strangely free of the dictates espoused by ...