Holiday Inn Express Castro Valley - East Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Castro Valley
... Beach area has nice shops, great restaurants and the strand walk along or to casually observe volleyball games, the ocean and people watch.
Our visit to Rich & Jenny was great. Their home is adorable. Their cactus gardens are beautiful. They are quite the talented homemakers and gardeners. Jenny is working hard at her studies for her Masters program. Rich cleared his schedule allowing quality time together.
Rich was so happy ...
... five year old to ten year old. I will be looking for items in NJ to send to her to help with adding fairy land.
Vivi loved my iPad. Her Dad was allowing her to play games and watch videos. Aria has no interest in TV or videos. Nakoa loves to watch anything to do with trucks and trains.
We had a few days of rain. The kids enjoy playing in it and slipping and sliding in the mud and splashing in puddles. They.get a lot of rain so ...
Going on business trips has become quite common for many executives. They need to travel from one country to another for business purpose. But this does not mean that they have to cut down on family time and leave all the pleasures of remaining with the family at home. This is the reason that most of the executives combine their business trips with a family vacation once in a while. While the executive will ...
... that was so interesting and cool to see. There's a ferry that takes you across and there are great views sailing in towards the island. Again, it's something so iconic and ingrained in public consciousness that it was just so cool to see it in person. The audio tour they have there was so interesting too, some of the stories about inmates or escapes we were kind of familiar with, but to see the places that they happened was really eerie and ...
... fatties we are. It was amazing.
After this we waddled along a but further to the Fisherman’s Wharf area, also packed with tourists, buskers and street performers. Here we walked off the main strip and into suburbia, checking out pastel painted houses and apartments to die for. By chance we stumbled upon Lombard Street, the steepest street in the world! We weren’t far from the famous steep section, so we almost made ...