Bella Vista Bed & Breakfast Inc.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We all love this campground in the Eldorado Forest, so we stay around until checkout time at 1pm: swimming, rafting/tubing in the stream.
Then we head towards Placerville: our good friend Norine and her family ...
... sadly realize that these last few years we have with them will be fleeting. That is why we cherish the memories we are making. Lastly my Kamaljeet is the light of my life. I can't seem to get enough of her. I think if it weren't for the fact that she and I will be left alone to make more memories after the kids are gone Id be missing her more. I'm happy we all shared this together. This frenetic trip was well worth our ...
... we passed through were beautiful in their own ways. Driving through the desert across Nevada and Utah and the grass fields and the snowcapped Rocky Mountains across Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado not once but twice was a real treat.
The other best part of this long holiday was that we got a wonderful opportunity to spend time first with Kiran and Chandni in Folsom, then with Neha and Pushkar in Minneapolis and finally ...
... on our first night either. It was our first real opportunity to get to know an American family. Although beliefs, such as gun law and tipping were worlds apart from our own, we began to understand Americanism or as the boys would say at an opportune time "MeriKa!". You travel because you want to understand a country, not because you want to change it. It was fascinating and a throughly enjoyable evening and just the start of one heck of a weekend.
After breakfast the ...
... for the last 18 days, as my lungs valiantly tried to power my legs. Felt like I'd turned 75 instead of 65.
But as I sit here in the elegant Gold Trail Motorlodge (M. Gupta proprietor) I can feel the oxygen pumping again - none too soon.
To give you an idea of the excellence of tonight's lodgings, may I advise that, as we speak, our next door neighbour ...