Travel Blogs from Vallejo
... during the dusk time, as well as when it turned dark and the bridge lights went on. We walked about a third of the bridge just to get a taste of it and say we walked the GGB. :) This was definitely another one of my favorite things during our trip.
To complete the day, I had booked tickets to see Beach Blanket Babylon, per a recommendation ...
... was a glorified gift shop, we tried several Italian-style wines and they were all pretty good. We bought four. The return route to San Fran brought us along a twisty, wooded road before we hit the I-101. We stopped off at Denny's for cheap chilli before reaching the Cow Hollow Motor Inn quite easily. The rooms, though large, had no fridge. How to chill the white? We caught a bus down to Fisherman's Wharf and walked along the waterfront, with its tacky shops and endless places to eat. ...
... would like in the future. The distant, distant future. We happened upon a 50's-style diner to which Hannah believes she went with her sister a few years ago, Lori's Diner, and ate a rather huge burger. At the time, for some reason, I couldn't quite embrace San Fran; I'd built it up in my head for years as somewhere I was sure I'd want to live, with a particular vibe that I didn't feel yet. Of course, I'd come to identify more with it as we explored further; the central area we ...
... Back in our room we tried to book tours to Alcatraz. It soon became clear you need to book weeks in advance.
We left early and got a bus to the Fishermans Warf area. Here we hired bikes to cycle over The Golden Gate Bridge. Despite the city being in sunshine the bridge was in thick fog. This didn't wreck our day tho and it was brilliant fun cycling over the bridge to the north shore. Here ...
... in 1906!) and to eat multiple samples. After this sugar overload we walked from Pier 42 all the way to Pier 1 and the Ferry Building. By this time it was five pm and not having consumed lunch (shock horror!) found something to eat and had deep discussions on how we would like to change the world. Quite hefty topics while consuming burritos! The Sunday was started again with a tour, this time with Wild Wes' business partner J Jo. No ukulele but a rather striking hat ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking