Howard Johnson Inn & Suites Vallejo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... provided an interesting, colourful and informative narrative by actual Correctional Officers who worked there and inmates, as you follow the Cell House through the building. Despite the considerable demise of the building and surrounding infrastructure, some cells and rooms are still maintained for the tour. You follow the Cell House through B Block (named: Michigan Ave), C-D (pronounced 'Seedy') Block & D Block (Solitary Confinement row). You also wander through the Library, ...
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What does the Mexican say when his house fell on him?
"Get off me homes!!"
... first stop at the Ghiradelli chocolate shop. We recieved samples and purchased one or seven products for our enjoyment. The hot Chocolate was a mixture of divine chocolate and creamy fresh milk, which by the way all Americans call cream for some reason? I actually think saying cream sounds classy. We then journeyed our way Through the streets to the dome. This dome and it's gardens are palace of fine arts. This is located in the ...
... Oh my!" and huge ballads belted out by the (predominantly male) viewers raised the roof off the fabulous building!
Following a swift drink in the aforementioned Twin Peaks bar, we caught the cable car (a more sedate ride back this time, on the real neighbourhood trolley as opposed to the tourist one we took in the morning, complete with local neighbourhood drunks) back to our hotel and fell into bed too exhausted to even contemplate the fun we are going to have tomorrow!
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 ...