Americas Best Value Inn - Richmond / San Francisco

1598 Carlson Blvd., Richmond, California, 94804, United States | 1 star motel
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Travel Blogs from Richmond

Walk to the Rock

A travel blog entry by hipdhop on May 22, 2014

18 photos

... in Chinatown where they make fortune cookies. The mini sweatshop did not have the machines fired up yet, so Mike didn't want to pay the 50 cent fee to take a picture (not a joke). They opened up a large canister and told us each to take a chocolate flavored fortune cookie. It tasted...Eh. But, what? A dirty fortune??!! See pic. Ark...ark...ark...ark... We continued on past Washington Square where old people were doing ...

First (and most likley last visit to Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by daniescarlett on Mar 13, 2014

... So what does one do in Hong Kong even at the airport, well obviously one shops, maybe this is an international conspiracy?

The highlight of my afternoon was a woman (that later went viral on YouTube) having a travel meltdown, collapsing on the floor wailing, crying and flailing around because she missed her flight, inconsolable security finally carried/dragged her away.

I completely understood.

Sincerely, The Traveling ...

Visas Required For Entry

A travel blog entry by curioso on Jan 25, 2014

4 comments, 1 photo

We are getting ready for our trip. Two important tasks were to obtain visas for China and Vietnam. No other country requires them for this journey. (We had to get one for Brazil a few years ago.)
We downloaded the forms, printed them (and the several pages of instructions for China's) and filled them out. Since we had to leave our passports and the filled out applications for four days of processing at each consulate, we had to make a separate trip to San Francisco for each visa. ...

California Perspectives

A travel blog entry by h.m.h on Dec 14, 2013

14 photos

... brisk early run and a recapture of my culture I was soon on the train to the North where my family awaits my unexpected arrival. My brothers girlfriend being the only one
knowing I was home….another pick up at the train station. I’ll never forget
that first train ride on the Amtrak. Empty it was, San Fransciso to the Sierra Mountians. I
look out the window to the dry fields signifying winter, and beyond that lies the highway, I see big cars, big ...

T minus 3

A travel blog entry by smurfett820 on Dec 02, 2013

1 photo

... br>
The last suitcase will be ALL food and diapers. Yes it's true, diapers. Astroboy is not pooppy trained yet (TMI?). We had some emergencies over the weekend doing last ditch effort. But after doing some internet research, mom has decided to give up and try again in Taiwan.

I know you can buy a lot of things in Taiwan, but some ...