Super 8 Vallejo/Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Vallejo/Napa Valley
Travel Blogs from Vallejo
... upset with my efforts on Day 20 so when I got home that night I decided I needed to obtain some information on how to see the 'real' San Francisco. Special mention goes to cuzo Marc for helping me out in that department. Enter Day 21 - Alana gets a real feel for SF and is much happier for it. Although the day started out badly when I tried to make changes to my accommodation for the road trip between SF and Seattle. Turns out I need my travel agent ...
... 70s. Although they, the National Parks, are now working on it, it is a bit sad, never mind the lingering air of depression within the prison. It has a history of being a fort, civil war and post civil war army prison and military base until the thirties, when it became the penitentiary. Abandoned in 1963 it was briefly occupied by Indians protesting against the government's continuing mistreatment of the native Indian nation. Their graffiti is still evident. After ...
... up the giant hill to Lombard Street to avoid the queue at the beginning station at Ghirardelli square. We hopped on the cable car and rode it back towards the hotel and the same stop we had hopped on at. We then walked down to the hotel and hung out for a while before heading out to grab our laundry and some more drinking water. We had some "Darn Good Food" for dinner before a skype with Dad and then ...
... by car. The drive and views of the Marin Headlands are reminiscent of the Cabot Trail, but with a city in the background. Truly breathtaking.
We stopped in Sausalito for lunch and grabbed a table overlooking the bay at a well reviewed local bakery. Another great meal in our bellies we wandered around the adorable town a bit and then headed to a military museum. Specifically it is a hydraulic model, the largest of its kind, of the ...
... freshly baked donuts mmmm! Right around the corner there's worlds first Starbucks place, which looks cute if u think away the huge line of people waiting to get their coffee. I don't get it, why wait that long while their coffee is exactly the same as in other Starbucks only probably more expensive..? Anyways, then it was time for a ferry trip to one of the islands to see Seattle from the waterside, again ...