Holiday Inn Express & Suites Napa Valley - American Canyon
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express & Suites Napa Valley - American Canyon
Travel Blogs from American Canyon
... supplies and the frisbee he played with in the park the day before. One extremely happy boy. We boarded the bus for our return trip to San Francisco, by this stage it was 7pm, and I all I could here from Liam was are we in San Francisco yet, I replied look out for the tall buildings, we had another 2 hour trip back. Liam actually gazed out the window the whole time and admired the scenery. As we approached the city, our tour driver detoured to ...
... the girls and I in the centre of the shopping district, where we spent a few hours buying runners and clothes and make-up in all the stores we love that we don't have at home: Foot Locker, Sephora, Banana Republic etc.
We then met the boys in Chinatown and had an early-isn dinner before heading back to the hotel to pack and get ready for a VERY early flight!
... the right way. Colm was very impressed. The only snag was I got us to the wrong bus stop! Although the right bus stop was literally five steps away from us, we missed a bus! When another bus came, we waved goodbye to the bridge and headed towards Golden gate park. On the map, it looked like quite a small park, well the map was deceiving. We walked through the rose garden, pasisng through the de Young arts museum and the art of sciences museum, trying to figure out where the ...
... the new crowd embark tomorrow. There was much grumbling about the lack of choice and poor quality. What will tomorrow be like? The ship was deserted this morning, but started to fill up again as people returned from exploratory trips, perhaps including going to find their hotels in advance of tomorrow, as I did. (More of that tomorrow.) The four weeks on board certainly haven't dragged, but it does seem as if I've been part of the ship's fabric for a ...
... splitting Half Dome And North Dome (see pics). We were treated to a walk deep into the Sequoia Mangroves. These trees are the biggest I have EVER seen or even imagined. There was one giant which had fallen and hollowed, and a couple of the crew knelt through the middle (?? That should give you a good idea). A fully grown Sequoia would have started its growth journey just before 70 AD (around about the time the Colosseum was built), and they are still standing today, over ...