Residence Inn Stockton
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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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... be home, but it means that the trip is over. By the time we unloaded the car got a bite to eat we showered and went to bed.
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... into the future, each day more prosperous than the one before. New homes, renovated older homes, new businesses, a historic district being revived are all signs of even better times to come. Additionally, Pittsburg's local government has expanded the parks system, improved the roads, increased commerce and employment, expanded the Marina and built a modern Civic Center to take it into the 21st century. All of this at no additional cost to the taxpayer.