Fairfield Inn Vacaville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there to have dinner and buy some fresh produce. Their farmer’s market is a pretty big event with food trucks, music, bounce houses and a little carousel too. I think it’s pretty cool that even in the middle of the week there’s something fun like this going on. It does get pretty packed though so as much as I like these types of things I forget how confused I can get in big crowds when trying to pick something out to eat. ...
... till I’m a 100!!!! Haven’t bought any socks though. [yet ]
We went back to the Mall this morning the first store we went the assistant came over to say hi and that there was seating available if we needed it [we must look like a couple of decrepit oldfolk!!!! ]
Tomorrow it's back to the airport to drop off the car so it will be an early night and an early start . Then a few days in San Francisco.
... 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 ...
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One noteworthy item at this point is that, for all the rural landscape we driven through during the last week, we'd barely seen any livestock. Just a few cows at one point back near Lone Pine......most odd. We'd seen more Churches than cows!
... Where as the last tasting was free, you had to pay here, but that was fine, you were getting good champagne in beautiful scenery. The gardens around this place were incredible. You felt special being here but it wasn't pretentious so you felt uncomfortable here. Anyone could come and so could their dogs. All these wineries are all pet friendly which is cool.
Diana picked the Classic Tasting selection which consisted of 4 champagnes, and ...