Courtyard By Marriott Vallejo Napa Valley
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After a great conference and after having seen the highlights of Seattle, it's time for the second part of my trip: San Francisco! Flying there as I type so no impressions of the city yet. I'm more than sure that that's gonna change pretty soon ;) But first a short update on my time in Seattle. As I mentioned the conference was once again really good! Despite it being the worlds main conference on environmental ...
... within its borders: botanic gardens, museums, lakes, tea gardens, bison paddocks, sports fields, and even a few Dutch windmills. I was very taken by the Japanese Tea Gardens, but you had to pay to get in, so we skipped that and just took a nice ride throughout the 3 mile length of the park. It was a bit weird in places: you could round a bend and almost get collected by a car, or find ...
We woke before the alarm clock demanded our attention and went down to the hotel restaurant for a leisurely breakfast. JJ enjoyed using the waffle machine as we stocked up for the day.
The plan for today had been picked by JJ. As a treat for his performance in his key stage 3 SATs we had agreed to take him to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. Six Flags is a collection of high octane roller-coaster rides with some lesser rides and ...
... 1 or the Pacific Drive is known to be one of the most beautiful drives in the world and we wanted to see it for ourselves. And the best part of the drive starts at Carmel and ends at Cambria. We planned to do just that.
After driving 150 miles and 3 and half hours we reached Carmel. We stepped out and explored the town for a while. Carmel is beautiful. The hanging pots with flowers in full bloom added to the charm. For lunch we settled down at a gourmet burger joint ...
... in Union Square called the Burrit Tavern ate delicious stake, drank chocolate moose with 10% fat milk and laughed at people ordering espresso at Starbucks.
During dinner, we had the most calming and much needed conversation on personality, team-bulding and life. My sister said something that will stick with me throughout this travel. She said that if you realize that everyone has something going on ...