Super 8 Vallejo/Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Had a great flight last night on board the Qantas A380 from Sydney to Los Angeles. It was a long flight of 12 hours.
Each seat has a in flight entertainment system built in which can be controlled by the touchscreen, it contains hundreds of movies and TV shows to pass the time.
Trying to sleep on the plane was hard but we were fed well. I have uploaded a photo of the menu to see what we had to eat. The ...
Today we had a lie in till 10 whilst mum and dad went for a swim on the roof top pool. We all took a bus down to near the pier where we hired 2 bikes and 1 tandem for the day. We cycled for about 10 miles Throughout the day. We passed over the golden gate bridge and ended up in sausolito where we had a strole around and a lovely meal in a restaurant overlooking angel island, ...
... to watch a game as it looks out over the bay. You can see people out in little boats in the harbour waiting for a ball to be hit out of the park. We had been hoping to drink but the drinks were $10.25 a pint which although not terrible it is by far and away the most expensive we have come across so I made one last for about 2 hours which wasn’t quite as fun. I didn’t actually understand the game properly but began to pick it up as it went along, it was ...
... this a couple of times I dropped out and Ruth and JJ went on it a third time. Then it was on to another run, Vertical Velocity, for three runs before Roar opened.Roar is a traditional wooden roller coaster and rattled a lot as we went round and Ruth and JJ had three runs. This was the first time I have been on a traditional wooden roller coaster so it was an experience for me.
No ride was only done once for most of the day and the queues ...
... tunnel atrium, then on to the spiralling interior. The entire space seems to rotate beneath the luminous bubbles of the cast white plastic ceiling.
As we put our feet up and relaxed we could hear the trumpet music drifting up from Union Square. The player returned for a second night busking at Union square for more than an hour. This was occasionally intercepted with the Fire truck horns honking (which are very loud) that seem to be always in the city.