Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and businesses (the beauty of urban France). As we negotiated the teeming city streets of Marseilles, I realized how much I enjoyed France without hordes of people everywhere. Our hotel was on the marina and Rick and I had a first floor (second story in the U.S.) view of the marina and the basilica overlooking the port on a hill opposite us. Nancy, Rick and I, once we were settled, took a long walk to the one of the fortresses that ...
... of swims, fabulous! Dinner out tonight at Chef's Table Bar & Restaurant in Roseville - excellent! ENTREE of prosciutto wrapped peaches with rocket salad; MAIN Southern fried chicken on mashed potato (3 day preparation) - fantastic! Need to finish packing now .... hopefully I'll be able to shut the suitcase!! LAST big ...
... then did some grocery shopping on our way home.
I fixed dinner tonite (salmon & veges). After dinner went for a walk along the street in the warm setting sun.
Now I need to think about packing for Africa, one more day before we set off :-)
... can be profitably grown on a large scale if done properly. A quick trip into Yuba City for fuel (US$4.20 / gallon), water (for the thirsty lads), lunch & dropped our bags at the hotel. A few miles south of town we visited Valley View Packing owned by the Jaswant Bains family. This was nothing short of mind blowing, the scale of the operation. They are able to dry at this plant, around 15,000 dried tons of prunes in 4 ...
... fancy, us kids sat on one side while the adults sat on the other. I had a window and had a gorgeous view of Buda while it was all lit up at night. It was an absolutely lovely night and a nice end to a lovely visit. We stayed one more night, woke up at our own leisure at around eight, carved an "authentic" Halloween pumpkin and roasted the seeds, then we baked an apple crisp. Actually Hanna baked most of the crisp because my dad called me upstairs to help plan Venice with ...