Quality Inn & Suites Vacaville
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... the games would return to the United States for the first time since Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002. Squaw Valley is a resort on the California side of Lake Tahoe. The lake is ringed by ski resorts on or near its shores, on both sides of the state line.
After many miles driving through the Mojave Desert, it was good once again to be driving through the mountains with the greenery of the trees dressing the ...
... is also a very family friendly town and years ago when Dean was about two we took a trip out here to consider it as a possible place to move. There’s so much we love about the town. There’s a ton of stuff going on and at the same time it’s surrounded by farmland so it’s not really all that big. Even just a walk or bike ride around town is entertaining with unique and colorful homes and yards, some even have ...
... was torture in its highest form. Fortunately, I had paid for the extra legroom seat (US $50 each way for three additional inches of knee-room), so I wasn’t quite as cramped as the other economy fare passengers. Still, it was just a matter of degrees of cramp-ness, sort of like asking sardines whether they’d like to be packaged in olive oil or a tomato sauce, we were still packed in like sardines. Arriving back in San Francisco, I was relieved to be ...
... bread. They didn't seem to be very interested but it was a nice walk and there was a young colt that was very curious about us. The llamas were the most curious it appeared.
Most of the day was generally lazy or helping with the setup for the late lunch / dinner feast. It was a warm day and we all took a dip in the "cool tub" after we had things set up. The feast: Kjersten had a large ...
... taken or reserved for later. A fountain and a few colorful red chairs provided some great photo ops, so we snapped some pictures and on to the next one we went.
The other 3 wineries we visited were all in the Los Carneros region of the valley, just south of downtown Napa. We had our second tasting at Etude, which was a fairly new winery - about 30 years old. The inside was quite modern and it somehow took away from the wine ...