Residence Inn Stockton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for a bit before heading back towards the car past Cathedral Square. We were both pretty amazed at how quiet everywhere was, fully understanding that it was a Wednesday afternoon but on the whole there were still not that many people around. When we left we drove around the city before heading back to Stockton. We stopped at Home Depot to check out kitchens and finishings before going back for the evening. We had another fantastic dinner and evening ...
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... during World War II, Camp Stoneman was the last contact with the United States. In 1954, the Camp was closed and the property was added to the City of Pittsburg for commercial and residential development.
From a struggling settlement to an industrial center, Pittsburg has grown into a pleasant community of landscaped parks, recreational facilities, shopping centers, affordable housing and planned business and commercial development.
... is a labyrinth of sloughs with names like Potato Slough, Whites Slough, Snodgrass Slough, Lost Slough, Georgiana Slough, Steamboat Slough, and many, many more. As one explores these watery avenues, vistas of vine-covered trees, blackberry brambles, and tule grasses appear at almost every turn. There is abundant wildlife, including the great blue heron, egrets, ducks, geese, and, of course, fish. The California Delta truly is a boater's ...