Fairfield Inn Vacaville
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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.
... 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.
... jsou prehnane – jedno misto ma vlastni lanovku, ktera vas doveze az k degustacim, dalsi byla postavena jako kopie italskeho hradu..muzete to okouknout na fotkach. Nakonec jsme se byli podivat na vinici Chateau Monte Elena, ktera vyhrala tu parizskou degustaci v roce 1976. Tohle byl nas posledni den a posledni noc v aute pred tim nez to auto zase vratime (a nez se navzajem zabijeme po 7dnech v jednom malem prostoru) a vydame se do San Francisca, kde stravim pristich par dni. ...
... we came to a dead stop. We were in a construction area, narrow lanes, barricades, drop-offs, etc. And we moved a few feet, then stopped again. This was still several miles from the 'accident'. Jim thought it would be a good time for him to take a potty break, put on the brake and told me to drive. Until then, my driving consisted of driving in the campgrounds and backing the rig into the spots. Now I ...