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 ...
... minute walk to Wimbledon station, so we were thankful that we wouldn’t be wet for the train ride home. It was well past midnight by the time we got back to Wembley Park, so it was straight to bed.
The rains had stopped and the skies were mostly clear when we made the hour long drive north of London to Roger and Ulla’s in St. Albans, an old Roman town. Ulla had lived with the Kwan’s and was a friend with Helena, who lived next door, when ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Driving out of the National Park eventually brought us to an area that resembled Goulburn of NSW. The area had a similar parched landscape and vegetation and we even passed a Correctional Facility to cap off the parallel ! I think the area was 'Copperopolis' and I can only assume that a source of Copper might have been the original appeal of this region.
... as none of them beat Malbec from Argentina!
I think we must have been in this first winery for about 45 minutes and I could feel my mouth was getting a little dry and it was only 11 am. I need to drink some agua or otherwise someone is going to be quite tipsy very soon!
We headed off again through the masses of wineries & vineyards to our next destination (and my favourite), Domain Chandon. Bring on the champagne ...