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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Written by Molly
Our next stop was Davis, CA, about 20 minutes west of Sacramento. My friend Brooke from college lives there so we planned to stay about a week, much longer than normal, to have more time together. I discovered that Brooke is an incredible tour guide. She came up with a ton of different itineraries of things we …
Day 160 - Today we drove to Vacaville and tomorrow we will visit Wine Country for real. Up to Napa and possibly back to Sonoma (we did drive through there this morning). The area is beautiful. I found lots of old barns, and spectacular looking Vineyards with large homes and beautiful landscaping. We passed by Jacuzzi Vineyards - ...
... of the wines you can buy at any liquor store, it was recommended by a ton of people and everyone loves a gondola ride! (or if you are Tyler, a "gone-DOLE-ah")
Laura Zahtila Vineyards - off the beaten path up in Calistoga, we were glad we stumbled upon this for some really good reds.
Lava Vine - this place was a party. Bunch of very drunk people, loud music, and an interesting server with some character. We really enjoyed the ...
... faint” and lie on their backs when frightened. These, however, have been around people so long that they are no longer afraid of noises or screams, so we didn’t get to see one faint. Tommy was seriously disappointed not to see a “passing out sheep” and he referred to them. They are actually genetically impaired goats and being frightened causes all their muscles to tighten; thus they faint. They are used by farmers with expensive ...
... for 8:30--long after dark.) That important task accomplished, we decided to take a drive up to the summit of Mt. Diablo. Tim and never been up there, and it was another gorgeous day, as you will see from the photos. In fact, we could see the Golden Gate Bridge from the top--despite the fact that the sun was starting to set and glare was thus against us; I may have seen that before, but I don't remember it. That mission, too, accomplished, we ...