Courtyard By Marriott Vallejo Napa Valley
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... before placing down in front of us. It was totally worth buying it just for the look on her face; priceless.
After lunch, we caught the bus over to Golden Gate Park on the other side of town. We had heard that there was an area where there were a bunch of bison that were kept, and so started walking in search of these animals. It took over an hour to find the paddock, and we then had to walk all the way around the paddock to catch ...
... the little delight to go into the shower and I heard a loud slap and “quit it!”… not from mum either. What an angel she was.
Ha, enough of that. So after I packed up the car and checked out I took the coastal hike from the hostel down to the beach. It was a couple of miles long and a pretty easy walk. Right at the beginning there is a sign warning of it being a tsunami danger zone. Errrrm?! Anyway, I saw so much wildlife, ...
We woke before the alarm clock demanded our attention and went down to the hotel restaurant for a leisurely breakfast. JJ enjoyed using the waffle machine as we stocked up for the day.
The plan for today had been picked by JJ. As a treat for his performance in his key stage 3 SATs we had agreed to take him to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. Six Flags is a collection of high octane roller-coaster rides with some lesser rides and ...
... between two of the countries top placed teams. Unfortunately the Athletics pitcher hadn't read the script. In a terrible first inning he gave away three runs and effectively the match. The Athletics came back, but the contest was effectively over. The boys soaked up the atmosphere and got an accelerated crash course in the rules of baseball. All in all it was a cracking night. We headed back into San Francisco buzzing from another adventure.
... and spent 60 precious years in prison. Will wrote a book about it which I bought and let him sign, and we had a lovely little chat about his dream to come to The Netherlands (/Europe) one day. When we had had enough of the mysterious prison halls, the ferry took us back to shore. The mist that had been lingering in the bay all morning now disappeared and we went for a lovely lunch at pier 39; clam chowder soup in a bowl made of bread. We explored the city center and invested ...