Extended Stay America - Sacramento - Vacaville
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In a lot of
the fields you can see dozens of workers with backs bent harvesting the
crops. Buses are parked nearby that
must have transported the workers to the site.
Most of the workers appear to be of Mexican extraction. I guess their labour is cheaper and they are
willing to spend hours in the beating sun in order to provide for their
As we were getting closer to the coast, a sea mist ...
... ve found it to actually be more of a challenge to eat well and exercise. We spend a lot of time driving, there’s not a lot of cooking space to work with, and not all the rv parks are convenient for going on walks. One time while out on a walk we came across some large animal parts. We turned around and got the heck out of there assuming there might be an even larger animal around that left it. We realized the next day we were walking ...
... we didn’t like much of what we saw. We went into the Timberland store and Reg even didn’t buy a pair of shoes, [can you imagine that, it must be the first time ever].On the way to dinner we stopped off at a liquor store the guy there insisted on taking us to his whisky display, asking our advice on what were the best whiskiesWe went to Tahoe Joes for dinner, the young guy serving on the next table heard ...
... met Hoki and Wally. Helena and Ulla, both Finnish, had known each other in Germany, where they had lived for a couple of years, before deciding to move to England in the late 60’s to learn English. In 1970, Roger was dating Ulla and I was dating Helena, so we all became friends, and spent a lot of time hanging out at the Kwan’s. Ulla had prepared a nice lunch of salmon mouse and chicken stroganoff. We sat around the table after lunch and talked about ...
... best wineries in Napa" yesterday and stumbled upon a list of 5 on Yelp. I combined that with a recommendation from my friend Monika, mapped it all out last night and printed it in the hotel lobby this morning, feeling very prepared to tackle the valley. Well, lo' and behold, the first winery we went to, Jarvis, was appointment only. Ooops. We figured this might be the case with the rest of the wineries on our list, so we googled "Napa tourist ...