Courtyard By Marriott Vallejo Napa Valley
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... the streets of San Francisco and visited various places whilst Melanie talked us through the different sights on her headset. She was a funny guide and even took us down the street where Mrs Doubtfire got her mask ran over by the truck. That was also the street a scene from the film Dirty Harry was filmed with Clint Eastwood. An interesting fact we learnt about San Francisco is that it's ...
I am back in charge and suggest I on,y delegate duties rather than give away the power. With that said I suggest we head out to AT & T park and do a tour of the World Series winning Giants home ground. The boys seem keen and the Creevey's also think this is a good idea. Although not mad baseball fans as a sports mad family in general this is a great morning. We get to see inside the Giants home locker room which according to our tour guide Rod, ...
... loved it. We saw a "Splash Hit" which is a home run that goes into the bay. They have had 68 so far this season. Also, it was the anniversary of a famous catch by Willie Mays so they drove him around the field to a standing ovation.
The game was a tense one. The Giants had a 6-0 lead, but almost lost it in the sixth inning. But they managed to pull out the win by a score of 9-8. What a fun experience. ...
... thing's just not as famous as Lombard Street. The reason they made it crooked (it has about eight 180 degree turns in it) is because it was deemed too steep for 1920s automobiles to just go straight up or down (down only in this case). I mention this not because it's interesting (although it is) but so you can really appreciate it when I say I walked up it. And I walked up the side on the pavement too, not the gently sloping curvy road bit.
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 ...