Howard Johnson Inn & Suites Vallejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Vallejo
... Park. We wandered through the completely different and very green vegetation than what we know and fed some squirrels along the way with pistachios and peanuts (given to us by a passer-by).
We visited the very crowded California Academy of science and saw the aquarium, experienced an earthquake simulation in a house replicating the ...
... was like a 2-year-old kid which everybody found extremely funny.
After we arrived in Jamesīs houseboat all of us went straight to bed. It was 9.30! James woke us up again at about 14.30, popping up a question if we wanted to escort him to another party organized by his Irish friends living in San Francisco. There was supposed to be loads of food and drinks. Gonzalo encouraged himself to get up, have a shower and leave with James, while I decided to stay at home.
... views back at the city and of Alcatraz Island. On the Island we watched a short film about the history of the prison, then wandered around, taking in the 360 degree views of the bay. In the main prison area there is a really great audio tour that talked us through the real detail of life in the cells and the attempted escapes. It was fascinating and easy to loose yourself in imaging and wondering what it must have been like. We walked into the obligatory ...
Then it was back across the park via the Dodgems and Wave Swinger before two more runs on Superman, and single runs on Roar and Vertical Velocity. Now it was back across the park for a last run on Medusa before heading back to the hotel.
We left Six Flags at 7.50, only ten minutes before it closed, so we had spent nearly as much time as we could at the park. There were few queues and it was great weather so well worth the ...
... relieves them of any responsibility. anyway eventually we piled into our Luxury Van and fearing that the roof would scrape the car park roof we snuck out and suddenly found ourselves in 4 lanes of traffic hurtling along at 70mph (120 kmh). Having plenty of time we took the "scenic" route to Sacramento, heading south to Gilroy (taking in the fragrant garlic smells from the USA largest garlic processing area), then going east to ...