Americas Best Value Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn Berkeley
Travel Blogs from Berkeley
... of a mixture of various art, some modern, some classical, but the emphasis was on African and South American art. Lots of masks and wood carvings. Some very old, some 20th century. All in all it was a good collection. It made Jody happy.
On the way back to the hotel, Haight-Ashbury had finally awoken and we were able to check out some of the shops. It was all pretty fun, but when we got back to the hotel, we realized that we ...
... reduce your waiting time. My friend tell me not to go on Bart alone at night because it may be dangerous so I usually take the train at around 3-4pm. The peak hours are in the morning and around 4-5pm when people have to go/off working.
Dangers and risk
Indeed, dangers exist everywhere. It is better not to go out alone when the sun gets down (around 9-10pm). I heard that my friends were followed by some strangers at night which is quite scary. ...
We arrived in Berkeley for one of Tim's wonderful grilled suppers. Such a comfort to be back in the "Red Room" complete with bathrobe and chocolates on our pillows! Cassidy was chattering away but we saw such a change in 3 year old Dani who is no longer allowing big brother to be her spokesman.
The next morning the Carter Family was off to Sonoma for 3 days so we were picked up by Kyle and Shannon for an all day outing. ...
After several years and much work to earn this trip, Gerry and I are finally embarking on our first trip to Europe together! You would think that after 29 years of sharing so many great experiences we would have made it to Europe sooner, but as it is, we both simply work too much and do not take enough time to travel together. That's all about to ...
... to cope with pre-trip:
1. Paper. This includes torn-out pages of guidebooks, maps, vouchers, receipts, etc. That all goes into a big manila envelope. As we work our way through the stack during the trip, I toss ...