Motel 6 Vallejo - Maritime North

Address: 597 Sandy Beach Rd, Vallejo, California, 94590-8155, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 597 Sandy Beach 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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          Days 20 & 21 - San Fran

          A travel blog entry by alanasav82 on Jun 20, 2015

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... mentally ill as well. There were moments when I was uncomfortable but I'm glad I saw what the city is really about. I loved the Mission District mainly because I got away from the tourists. I walked the whole area between Mission St and Guerrero St from Market down to 24th St and it was quite interesting. Up until about 15 years ago, it was mainly populated by Hispanic residents. And this was still evident walking down Mission St as I was one of a ...

          Time in jail.

          A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Mar 30, 2015

          8 photos

          ... We couldn't decide where to go or what to eat. Eventually we decided on a totally new route home to catch a bit more of the town. Halfway through we changed or mind and route and caught a bus to see the Painted Ladies row of houses. They were ok but the view from the hill they were on was worth the stop. Then after ten minutes walk we hit Haight St., caught another bus and jumped off at an interesting looking pub selling beer from local small breweries. I eventually ...

          Lake Havasu to San ysidro

          A travel blog entry by davidcole on Jan 03, 2015

          ... the boarder into California, 65 mile an hour li'it with everyone doing 80. Much better. Traffic picked up a lot in California until we were driving on 8 lane freeways. Made it to San ysidro Walmart about 3pm and the Hulkette picked up some make up, I got some food, and down to our hotel right on the border. It was pretty grim. Tiny, a bit smelly and dirty, and kids making heaps of noise. Ordered pizza and nuggets for dinner. Booked a car par at the border for ...

          And then there were 4

          A travel blog entry by melandlindsay on Oct 08, 2014

          9 comments, 13 photos

          ... a bit of a nail biter. Hairpin turns on cliffs with no guardrails - that sort of thing. Dan and I both work in the same industry so there was ample commentary on the pros and cons of San Francisco civil infrastructure. We cheaped out at the park entrance and didn't go into the famous woods themselves as the entry fee was pretty steep and I was really the only one who wanted to go...and I had cashed in all of my 'must do's" for the day - I didn't ...

          Watch out for the Bart Police

          A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Aug 28, 2014

          7 photos

          Today is really the starting part of the holiday. We stayed overnight in LA, but it is really just a stopover. Can't really tell you much about where we stayed, only that it had a bed and we slept in it! This morning, we get the airport shuttle back to LAX after doing online check-in for our morning flight. We thought it was a bit weird that we had to check in separately on our mobile devices if we want to receive electronic boarding passes, but ...