Travel Inn Vallejo

Address: 160 E. Lincoln Rd., Vallejo, California, 94591, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 160 E. Lincoln Rd., Vallejo, is near Lands End, Marine World Africa USA, Benicia State Capitol and Historical Park, and Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Vallejo

Day 3 - Escape to the Rock - Alcatraz

A travel blog entry by jkaram on Jan 15, 2015

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... to be experts on the Muni system. We hopped a train to Powell station and transferred to another to get to Pier 33.

Pier 33 Alcatraz - For those coming to San Francisco the only tour that actually takes you to the island of Alcatraz is located at Pier 33. All other tours take you by the island. In many ways Alcatraz has reflected the story of San Francisco. San Francisco, named after St Francis of Assisi, was founded by Spanish colonists and ...

I love America!

A travel blog entry by robandnicola on Oct 23, 2014

67 photos

... out on the pier for a lovely fireworks display.

We only had two full days in San Francisco so we were leaving the next day. We had done a lot in that time though, not seen everything we wanted to but did the main tourist sites. I really liked the city, I loved the houses and liked it's smaller size compared to Los Angeles.

Before we left we went to this lovely coffee shop which we had been to every morning for breakfast. It's called ...

San Francisco - last full day

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 13, 2014

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... becoming warm. We had a perfectly clear view crossing the bridge. Maybe just 20 minutes later on the return crossing of the bridge, it and the bay were shrouded in fog. It was amazing how fast it rolled in and from nowhere. The city remain clear. After the tour ended we walked around the waterfront shops for about an hour and decided to do the last of the 4 tours today. We caught the 2.30 Downtown tour and got off at Union ...

Under the bridge

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 01, 2014

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... tomorrow. We were pretty tired and smelly (hadnt washed since the Mariott) so just chilled in the van. We were hoping to spend all night there but it was clearly sign posted to say you could only be there until 10pm. I wanted to go to joes crabb shack for food but there was a 40 minute wait so we decided to go elsewhere, ended up at some place called The Franciscan Crab Restaurant which was kind of the same but a bit more up market and expensive, the buggers ...

A Whirlwind in San Francisco

A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jul 14, 2014

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... board, the waiting line was about 1/6 as long as when we got in it. It was interesting to see how they turned the cable cars around; they had a man-powered turntable that rotated the cable car until it was facing forward on the return track. I’d never ridden on a cable car before. We sat on one of the outside facing seats on the front.

We dropped off our purchases at our room, inquired at the desk of Richard as to the best place to ...