Motel 6 Vallejo - Six Flags East
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... people (and I was fine with that). In the last 15 years parts of it have been gentrified by young, wealthy, white people, who have made it quite expensive to live there and now the Hispanics are being forced out because they can't afford it. Think Redfern in Sydney. Anyway the Mission District has loads of good places to eat, great coffee like at Four Barrel on Valencia St (thanks for the tip Marc), loads of awesome murals, and shops with lots of ...
... pints of 'Proving Boy' IPA at 7 proof and ate the most wonderful pacific cod in crispy beer batter.and chips. Amanda had a half of a lighter beer and a hamburger and fries. The menu was limited and therefore well cooked and presented. The young waitresses were also tasty. Tea-towels for napkins.The place was filling up with a youngish set ( in comparison) as we arrived at 7.00 and by the time that we left at 8.00 it was quite animated. After that, a ten minute ...
Had a great day, left Oakhurst and drove into the Yosemite National Park. This park would have to be the most spectacular scenery I have ever seen. It is very majestic with the sheer rock faces and waterfalls, although the waterfalls have less water at this time of the year they are still beautiful. You are in a valley with a full circle of mountains. I will upload some photos tomorrow, this internet is very ...
... push it after the museum. We'll be in Big Sur in a few days, so I'll get my fill or forest. I was disappointed, but played it cool.
In the evening we headed to the shore for a fancy pants dinner at Waterbar. I made reservations several weeks in advance as it has a great seafood menu (for Mel) and views of the Bay Bridge. The restaurant was perfect and the chef created a special vegetarian dish for me. Perhaps most importantly Waterbar ...
... anyway, later we will discover why this matters!
At the notorious LAX we print boarding passes, but in a lazy move, Paul piggy-backs on my check-in and learns the value of doing it separately! I am now the proud holder of a skip-the-queue pass and get through security and lines quickly, Paul's pass is not similarly marked and he gets to line up cattle-class! Lesson learned!
The flight is delayed, but ends up arriving in ...