Top 11. Best Tourist Attractions in Vallejo - California
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Top 11. Best Tourist Attractions in Vallejo - California: San Francisco Bay Ferry Vallejo Service, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Empress Theatre, Mare Island Museum, Vallejo Farmers Market, Mare Island, Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Carquinez Bridge, McCune Rare Book and Art Collection, Mare Island Golf Club
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There's San Francisco Bay Ferry Vallejo Service, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Empress Theatre, Mare Island Museum, Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Carquinez Bridge and more...
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Best Restaurants in Vallejo, California CA
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List of Best Restaurants in Vallejo
Napoli Pizzeria & Italian Food
Good Day Cafe
Gracie's Family BBQ
Joy of Eating Cafe
China Wok Chinese Cuisine
The Front Room at The Wharf
Zio Fraedo's of Vallejo
The Dead Fish
Top 11. Best Tourist Attractions in Sausalito, California
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Top 11. Best Tourist Attractions in Sausalito, California. Sight and beautiful places in Sausalito: Vista Point, Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito Boardwalk, Battery Spencer, Sausalito Visitors Center, Bay Area Discovery Museum, San Francisco Bay Model, Rodeo Beach, Sausalito Yacht Harbor, Bill Dan Balancing Rocks, Gabrielson Memorial Park
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Napa Valley, California, USA - Unravel Travel TV
North America's legendary wine and food capital The Napa Valley is a collection of small towns and villages.
The Napa Valley is a name derived from the language of the area's native Wappo Indians, and has come to mean land of plenty. Napa has meant a place of natural abundance for centuries—our rivers full of fish, our forests, rolling hills, wildlife, climate, and fertile land for planting crops all combine to make The Napa Valley a place of singular beauty and productivity. The first written description of the land dates to 1823 and was penned by Padre Jose Altimura who estimated that several thousand Wappo Indians inhabited the area. Word quickly spread about the abundance and temperate climate of The Napa Valley and by the late 1840s the area was teeming with quicksilver mines and lumber mills. The region's popularity grew when steamships began traveling from San Francisco to the city of Napa via the Napa River a trip they could make in about three hours. Soon afterwards, the railroad line became available from the ferry terminal at Vallejo on the shores of San Pablo Bay to the city of Calistoga, creating new access to the healing waters of Calistoga's famed hot springs. The Napa Valley has weathered some tough times in its relatively short history. The Valley's once-famed Silverado Mine was exhausted in 1875 after just three years of operation. In 1893 an outbreak of phylloxera, a serious grapevine disease, crippled many of the valley's 140 wineries. Prohibition, enacted in 1920, dealt the final blow to the early wine industry. Only a handful of wineries survived the thirteen years of Prohibition by selling sacramental wines and by selling grapes to home winemakers. Today, however, with vision and perseverance, the industry has greatly surpassed its earlier golden age, and now boasts nearly 400 wineries producing some of the world's finest wines. The Napa Valley continues to be a thriving agricultural area, a characteristic not typical of communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. This is thanks to a group of concerned citizens who in 1968 had the foresight to create the first Agricultural Preserve in the State, indeed in the entire nation. A land zoning ordinance voted on by a majority of the county's citizens established agriculture and open space as the best use for the land within Napa County. The Ag Preserve, as it is called by locals, has been a model for other areas to follow. In combination with the Napa County Land Trust, more than 438,000 acres within Napa County have been designated as agricultural preserve or watershed protection lands. 2008 marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Ag Preserve. The Napa Valley offers new discoveries with each return visit. Enjoy the unique character of each town that dots this 30-mile long Valley, and take time to explore and cherish this land of plenty.
Michael Mondavi, Winemaker and Sara Brooks, General Manager, Historic Napa Mill featured in the video.
The Legendary Napa Valley
Visit Vallejo Holidays 2015
Celebrate the Holidays in Vallejo, CA!
From the Mad Hatter Festival to Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, there are many ways to enjoy the holidays in Vallejo, CA.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom's Holiday in the Park
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom presents their Annual Holiday in the Park, Northern California's BIGGEST Holiday Celebration.
Featuring millions of dazzling lights, the Bay Area's biggest Christmas tree, Santa's Workshop, Christmas Tree Forest, holiday-themed shows, select rides and attractions and the Blitzen's Wonderland Mountain Snow Hill. The holiday fun kicks off on November 27, and runs weekends through December 13. Holiday in the Park will be open daily from December 18, 2015 to January 3, 2016 (closed December 24 and 25). Hours vary; please check Six Flags Discovery Kingdom's website.
The sleigh bells will be jingling, ring ting tingling as the park celebrates its eighth annual Holiday in the Park on weekends starting November 27 to December 13 and daily from December 18 through January 3, 2016 (closed December 24 & 25). It’s a great time of year as the park magically transforms into a whimsical winter wonderland full of twinkling lights, complete with a 65-foot Christmas tree and frosted fun for everyone. Guests can enjoy a variety of activities that are sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Among the traditional favorites is sledding down the giant, powdery snow hill, getting up close and personal with the guiders of Santa’s sleigh at Reindeer Village, strolling through the majestic Toy Land, and wandering about in the fragrant aroma of Christmas Tree Forest.
The winter festivities include an array of holiday-themed wildlife shows, live musical entertainment, and what could be better than photos with the ambassador of the season, Santa Clause! Get in on more holiday thrills with rides on nighttime ride attractions like Dare Devil Chaos Coaster, Medusa, Kong, V2, the towering SkyScreamer and the one-of-a-kind SUPERMAN Ultimate Flight.
Be sure to mark your calendars so you won’t miss Holiday in the Park and be sure to purchase a Season Pass to enjoy unlimited visits to the park, including this holiday favorite.
Start Date: Fri Nov. 27, 2015
End Date: Sun Jan. 3, 2016
Contact: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
Address: 1001 Fairgrounds Dr
Zip Code: 94589
Web Address: sixflags.com/discoverykingdom
6th Annual Mad Hatter Festival - December 5th
The triumphant return of the Sixth Annual Mad Hatter Holiday Festival in Historic Downtown Vallejo brings a huge array of cultural activities and fun events that are unique to the city.
California's most whimsical fantasy Holiday happening accompanied with festival activities, a Parade, a Tree Lighting ceremony and much more and is Free to the community.
The event kicks off on Sunday December 5th here is the schedule of events that are slated:
A Hatter's Tea with Teddy (Vallejo Historical and Naval Museum)
Mad Hatter Festival (in front of JFK Library)
Music, food, train rides, dancing horses, Alice in Wonderland characters.
Mad Hatter Holiday Parade
Down Georgia from Sonoma Blvd to Santa Clara St.
Tree Lighting Ceremony
Holiday caroling, performances, Wonderland characters, and a fire-shooting Santa Gnome.
Lighted Boat Parade (on the Waterfront)
Vallejo Yacht Club boaters, CAL Maritime Cadets, United Stated Coast Guard.
More information to come as the event draws near.
For more information please visit hattervallejo.com
Time: 2:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Address: Historic Downtown Vallejo, Georgia St to the Waterfront
Zip Code: 94590
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Six Flags Theme Parks 2019 Annoucements ALL Rides & Roller Coasters
Here are all of the Six Flags new rides and attractions for 2019:
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Six Flags Discovery Kingdom - Batman: The Ride Roller Coaster
Six Flags Fiesta Texas - The Joker Wild Card
Six Flags Great Adventure - Wonder Woman Golden Lasso
Six Flags Great America - Maxx Force Roller Coaster
Six Flags Magic Mountain - West Coast Racers Roller Coaster
Six Flags Mexico - Bugs Bunny Boomtown
Six Flags New England - Cyborg Ride
Six Flags Over Georgia - Pandemonium Ride
Six Flags Over Texas - Lone Star Revolution Ride
Six Flags St. Louis - Supergirl Ride
The Great Escape - Bucket Blasters
La Ronde - Chaos
Frontier City - Timber Town
Darien Lake - Six Flags Sky Screamer