DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Livermore
Travel Blogs from Livermore
We started the day with breakfast for the whole family. Alexis, Lisa's 14 year old daughter, had a school assignment to cook a meal for her family. We decided to let her cook for the whole crew, so she prepared a delicious dish of potatoes, eggs and cheese for 6 adults and 6 children. Everyone had plenty to eat and no one went away hungry and …
After a very comfortable night at the Best Western in Redding, Suzi and I drove the final 5 hours to Livermore. It was an easy drive with good weather all the way.
We drove to Lisa's house in Livermore. Lisa is Suzi's son's Ronny's ex-wife, and although divorced from Ronny, has always been part of the family. Also living at Lisa's house …
T-minus 2 1/2 Hours until I leave for the airport. I am only bringing one bag. Simplicity is essential in order to soak in the full experience. I feel a little anxiety but I know it will wear off once I am on that plane and I start reading my new book The Way of the Peaceful ...
... was a perfect day to cruise down rt 1. taking my time and enjoying every minute, taking picture as often as i could though they can't do it justice. It was about 5pm when i pulled into a state park (Limekiln) to set up my hammock for the night. The sun was going down and I got to see the sunset over the ocean. An early night to bed...read my book and prepared for the cold ...
... remember the record 20 minute getaway does not include a bath) and then go down to dinner. We are the only diners in the room for quite some time as the majority of the hotel guests (tour buses) were at the Rendezvous Dinner Theater. Dinner was simple but very good - I had bannock for the first time (a dense bread made in a cake pan - tastes like soda bread - it's used to sop up the juices). While we are eating dinner a "Mountie" stopped ...
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