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

    Day 4: How NOT to go to Fisherman's Wharf 21 March

    A travel blog entry by jennyleegee on Mar 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... loop I would estimate to be about 4 kilometres, trying to find our way to a cable car route, or a BART station to get back to Oakland. We had walked for about an hour and a half before coming back to an intersection we had already visited. We finally found a BART station and my sad-face appeared again because I had not been able to get the cable car video I had so desired. To make up for it, Ray suggested we stay on the BART past our 12th Street stop at Oakland to visit Rockridge ...

    I left my Sanity in San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by 0wley on Feb 03, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... into what I’m up to it’s also another way of staying sane by diary-ing my doings. But thank you all for comments and encouragement, it’s great to hear you all enjoying what I’m documenting. I do feel as though I’m becoming repetitive though so if there’s something you want to ask or are curious about please do ask and give me something else to talk about. In the meantime, ta ta for now, I’ll blog again once we reach the sunny side of Hawaii. ...

    Mission District, San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Nov 22, 2014

    10 photos



    Late nights filled with the aura and yells of the many party animals of San Francisco, till about 4am.



    After a bit of a well needed sleep in, at about 11:00am we decided to head down to Mission District: that is, the home of Latin America.We were told about this place by a local. It was about a 30minute walk. We had done some research and I let my mum know what we planned to do . Carol and I knew that it was an area with awesome things to see - especially ...

    San Francisco to L.A.

    A travel blog entry by bevj on Sep 07, 2014

    33 photos

    ... drives and it’s easy to see why. The road is very well managed with no food outlets or commercialism. Once we got to Monterey the vistas were magnificent all the way down to Santa Barbara. Our only regret was we couldn’t spend longer. But there is so much to see and do everywhere it would have been at the expense of another area. I really wanted to see Hearst Castle the former residence of Randolph Hearst the newspaper tycoon but we arrived too ...

    Fog, ferries and felons

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2014

    ... it was perfection! 1950s music provided the backdrop as waitresses carried steaming plates of hearty American breakfasts across the checkerboard floor. Coffee was brought to the table on tap, adding to the all-American feel. I ordered the corned beef hash with poached eggs, toast and jelly (we have brought elasticated trousers with us for the end of the trip!) while Stacey opted for the eggs Benedict. Both were delicious, although mine was not as expected. Corned beef hash here ...