Hampton Inn Brentwood
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... zijn eer gelukkig niet veel toeristen. Elke 40 minuten geeft de geiser een uitbarsting van zo 18 meter hoog. Als we aankomen is het 10 minuten geleden een we moeten dus nog even wachten. Er liggen wat rotsen in een roodachtig watertje, je ziet de stoom al uit de grond komen. Het metersdiepe water is constant in beweging en je hoort het dan ook echt een soort gorgelen. Na een halfuur is het dan echt zover de geiser spuit een straal omhoog wat ...
... didn't stop until we got to Ukiah. Had lunch at the Ukiah Brewing Company. It was 3:00 PM - we calculated that we would be home by 6:00 PM. Outside of Vallejo we hit a traffic jam and we rolled ever more slowly towards home. Got home around 6:00 parked the Jeep and trailer and didn't touch it for 2 days - 8,324 road miles, 1,200 + nautical miles, 450 air miles - the trailer was subsequently moved to storage in preparation for our next big adventure.
... 50/50 chance of rain. Since our tour didn't depart until early afternoon, we were able to enjoy the breakfast Leslie had laid out - quiche, eggs, hash browns, ham, fruit plate, rhubarb crisp and coffee. Our Alaska Waters jet boat was waiting for us at the dock and at 1:30 we departed for the AnAn Bear Preserve. Our captain, Jim Leslie, drove the boat, carried the rifle, gave us the ground rules, and provided us with the rich history of the AnAn ...
... the drips - we felt like we are sitting on top of the world. Up next day, at 6:30 am, breakfast is seved every morning at 7:30 AM - 3 different hiking options were offered each day - Foray, Moderate and Stenuous. We opted for the Foray as it gave us time for exploration and photography - our guides were amazing and extremely knowledgeable- many holding degress in forestry, biology, geology, ...
... garden of ACE Architect, Margaret Majua. Her home and garden is a series of intimate landscapes, principally inspired by the rich history of late 19th and early 20th century California gardens. Settings feature luxuriant stands of cacti and other desert flora; tropicals and subtropicals, including palms and aloes; as well as a wide variety of citrus and other fruiting trees, many espaliered, in redwood "fruiteries" - all within the context of an ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking