Fairfield Inn Vacaville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... fog) greeted us along the drive, at times the visibility would have only been ten metres in front of you. No problem really, just slow down and take it easy. The mist would break and the blue skies and sunshine would once again greet you. Along the side of the road there are Oleander trees which are in full bloom at this time of the year. They are a little reminder of Australia as they are also very common over there.
... 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 ...
... Some of the tales brought smiles to lips, and others brought a tear or two to the eye, but it was comforting to know that after all these years, we all still shared a bond of friendship.
We had misjudged the time somewhat, so when it came time to leave, Hoki and I were forced to make the drive back to Wembley Park at the height of rush hour. What had been an easy drive in the country on the way to St. Albans, was now a tedious traffic-clogged ...
... and headed there in search for information. This took us to downtown Napa, where a very helpful lady armed us with maps and recommendations. Two wineries out, several others in and a coffee shop stop mapped out, we were ready to head back out.
Our first stop was Oakville Grocery, right on the main drag in-between Napa and the next little town over, St. Helena. We grabbed some coffee there and enjoyed the patio while reviewing all the maps ...