Courtyard Fairfield Napa Valley Area
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... stolen. She said they knew when to run, because they would hear artillery fire nearby. She said sometimes they were in hiding for days, which interrupted daily chores necessary just to survive and her schooling.
Sue's father was 11-years-old when the Japanese soldiers occupied his village. He had a hard time talking about it. I'll never forget the things he told me.
I felt privileged to be able to record a bit of history.
... ate at Cathay, a restaurant overlooking one of the main streets in Chinatown. It was fun eating Chinese food and people watching. The place was rather elegant, with red tablecloths and lots of Chinese decorations. Meg had to work Monday and Tuesday, so we just hung out with them at their apt. She took us to the reptile store and bought a cute mouse for the mayor and crickets for ...
... today's adventure. Matt and Danica visited it last Fall and told us it was a must visit on our list. When we walked in the sign said the tour was free, but from that sign it was an hour wait. Harlan went in search of a restroom while I got in line. He came back and asked sweetly if I REALLY wanted to go on the tour. Of course, we’re here, why not? Well, let me tell you, it was us and about 1000 children and their families waiting ...
Perfectly beautiful day on the Bay. Blue skies, with cotton candy like clouds. My sister's first day of summer vacation so we celebrated with a stroll on the Bay Trail and a leisurely lunch at Salute's. The take off the Chorus tour is almost here. We leave next Sunday. Hip, hip, ...
Alcatraz ! I took off down the Castro. I was off to Alcatraz and was then going to crash with Roger Rose, the guy who had called me the previous night. I managed to navigate my way across San Fran and chose to stop off at Pier 39 Fisherman's Wharf. I completely forgot all about this San Fran attraction but was pleasantly reminded by a friend from home. And I can definitely say, thanks Sherro ! All props to ...