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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 - ...
... Although highways run within sight of the lake shore for much of Tahoe's perimeter, many important parts of the shoreline lie within state parks or are protected by the United States Forest Service.
Lake Tahoe is fed by 63 tributaries, which drain an area about the same size as the lake; half the water entering the lake is rain falling directly on it.
The Truckee River is the lake's only outlet. The Truckee flows northeast through Reno, Nevada, and into Pyramid ...
... else. Then the main dishes all came on one tray. You have some flat bread, which looks and feels like a pancake, but it is quite bitter so scoop the food up with. We had a chicken dish, a lamb dish which was like a stew but spicy, lentils and cooked vegetables. Wow, the flavours were incredible. I would like to say it is like a curry but it is not, it has it's own unique flavour. We also drank Ethiopian beer, which I have to say was really nice. ...
... to come to the West Coast. We ate Thai and talked about school (she teachers 4th graders Mandarin Chinese), while Tim and Claude valiantly didn't get too bored. A pleasant interlude.
After lunch, we had a few hours to kill before the final big event of the day: the addition of a drive-in movie theater to our repertoire. We decided to head out to the theater site so we could take photos. (The start time of our show tonight ...