BEST WESTERN Danville Sycamore Inn
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This is really Friday where I am playing some blogging catchup! First, Happy Birthday, Staci! Just think about year ago we were helping to celebrate your birthday in Napa with you and Vincent!
Wednesday, September 17 - The day was filled with business and catching up with old friends. Lunch with a client and learning more about the current business environment. Great catch up and lunch at a place called the Good Fork.
Then, drive up ...
... take off. And we wait to take off......... Oh, we wait to take off....a half hour or so later....it's now about 10:00ish we hear from the pilot, that the flight plan is going to be delivered and they can't take off without it. So we wait, and wait...the natives start to get restless...especially the ones that are getting nervous that they will miss their connecting flight.
The pilot comes back on to say the news just keeps ...
... good with the seafood soup I ordered. Neptune's sold the local crab but at market price and each crab weighing about 2lbs I didn't consider it. I had noticed a lady on the windows down from us wearing a plastic bib and with nutcrackers so I assumed she was eating crab. I ordered Cioppino which was a thick soup with tomatoes and onion and red pepper and chili as well as mussles and clams in the shell, fish, scallops, shrimp and half a crab minus ...
... as a whole and its forthcoming conclusion has got me thinking that all these stereotypical gap yah types may have a point. But more about that philosophical BS in my next post. I felt like San Fran deserved to be judged as an individual experience with its own post. So for now I'll merely say I spent my last night there playing pool and drinking whisky with my friends. San Francisco: I couldn't have picked a better place to end my travels from East to ...
... extreme degradation, violence and strict rules where breaking the rules led to complete isolation. Maybe we could do with a bit of that in our justice system....just a thought!
Anyway, well worth the visit. As always a shop at the end and I managed to resist the draw of buying a replica key (for those who don't know, I collect old keys). Great day out despite the school trip that accompanied ...