BEST WESTERN Plus Heritage Inn

Address: 1955 E Second St, Benicia, California, 94510, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1955 E Second St, Benicia, is near Lands End, Benicia State Capitol and Historical Park, California Magic Dinner Theatre, and Benicia Camel Barn Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Benicia

    Monthly Mash - April 2015

    A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on May 04, 2015

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    ... spoken with the management of the Marriott next door and they have graciously offered competitive daily rates. Thanks must also go to Qantas for the cheeky little upgrade into First Class on the way back...you don't get there any quicker but boy it's a damn sight more comfortable! That's it for April Mashers...next month will be highlighted by our attendance at a couple of concerts to see some washed up old hacks limp around on stage. Until then stay safe. Cheers Ash & ...

    Fisherman's Wharf and The Golden Gate Bridge.

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Mar 28, 2015

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    ... have a quick peek before any audience arrived, very grand with, of course, an amazing view of the stage. I picnicked in a buffet area by the Opera House restaurant. After the performance I got the 71 bus back to Height/Ashbury, expecting to see lots of weirdness again on the bus, but everyone was quite normal except for a big guy with a red beard wearing clown make up, a large Harlequin coat and a net and satin skirt. He must have been performing ...

    Beginning my exploration of San Francisco ...

    A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Nov 03, 2014

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    ... engraving, featured a Roman ruin reflected in a pool. According to Maybeck, this ruin existed not for its own sake but to show “the mortality of grandeur and the vanity of human wishes.” Like other features of the fair, the Palace was intended as ephemeral; at the close of the exposition, it would come down.On opening day, February 20, 1915, 255,149 people walked through the entry gates to experience the first world event of the 20th century. By the ...

    USA - San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... migrate across the Pacific Coast, from Vancouver to the southern tip of Baja. Most pups are born on the Channel Islands.On the way from the Fishermanīs Wharf to another point of interest we made a short break in Johny Rocketīs where we decided to have lunch. Johny Rocketīs is a traditional U.S. restaurant famous for serving fresh burgers and tasty milkshakes. Besides that, your food can be always accompanied by your choice of music as they have small jukeboxes on ...

    San Fransisco

    A travel blog entry by simoneboschetti on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... of the day walking around and exploring. We walked and walked til our little feet couldn't walk anymore! We found the famous windy Lombard Street, walked through China Town and also down to Fisherman's Wharf or pier 39 as its also known. Sunday was a big day! We rose early and headed down to Fisherman's Wharf to pick up a couple of bikes we hired to do the popular ride to Sausalito over the Golden Gate Bridge. This was a fantastic ride, albeit ...