Extended Stay America - Sacramento - Vacaville
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... a taxidermy shop so that probably explained what we saw, but I still lost some of my enthusiasm for solo walks when we’re staying in the more remote areas. So we were feeling inspired to get in better shape again and get back to eating healthier and thought Davis would be a good location to get it started.
Our first night there happened to be the night the Davis Farmer’s Market was going on so we met up with Brooke ...
... and to come over where abouts in England, he is a massive Beatles fan talking about Sir Paul. He said his girlfriend was from Wales we asked where he couldn’t remember so he ran off to text her, [Abergavenny ] he was so excited. When we get to San Francisco we will be ten a penny no one will take any notice of us. [ our minor celeb. status will be be no more].Reg- I’ve stocked up on undies so I won't ...
... and natural resource management. We even agreed to disagree on whether oil companies should face any restrictions on drilling for oil in sensitive environmental areas. As the next day was a school day for Theo and Rosie, Sylvia had bundled the children home early. That meant Hoki and I were committed to an hour-plus Underground ride home. For the second night running we ran out of time before we ran out of conversation. The rain had long stopped before we made ...
... the path and encouraging
me to go.
Mom and Dad, I am so thankful that you both always support my
adventures in life.
Patty, sister, you're coming soon
Last, but not least, Kim. You took such good care of me while I was
there. Daily, you checked on me to see
if all was well, you cleaned by room, sweep my floors, made my bed, and let me
into your world.
Sugo, the dog, I will be back!
... I ain’t no expert on wine and I only really prefer sparkling wines.
St Helena – Check out Rombauer. It’s a small winery. There are no tours, just a tasting room with a lot of different wines. We didn’t do the wine tasting here because I’m such a lightweight and was getting a headache. It costs 15 bucks per person for classic tasting. We explored their gardens, which were beautifully landscaped by a Native American guy – his name ...