Hampton Inn Suites Vacaville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... being surrounded by fruits and veggies I think the kids just ended up eating hotdogs that night. Brooke helped Corey out later with what to buy since there was such a large variety of produce to choose from. I tried my first loquat and it was incredible.
Unfortunately there wasn’t an rv park in Davis so we stayed about 20 minutes away in Vacaville at the Vineyard RV Park. It was a nice park, but we spent most of our time ...
My flight to San Francisco was scheduled for 12:50 PM the next day. Virgin Atlantic wants you to check in at least two hours before the flight, and since it would take about an hour and a half to go from Wembley Park to Heathrow by Underground, that meant I needed to be ready to leave before 09:00 AM. Hoki and his lodger, Maggie, had breakfast ready at 08:00 AM, but I only had coffee because I find it difficult to eat so soon after getting up. I ...
... t receive its official and final designation as Lake Tahoe until 1945.
California and Nevada reached the compromise to partition Tahoe between the two when Nevada became a state in 1864.
Upon discovery of gold in the South Fork of the American River in 1848, thousands of gold seekers going west passed near the basin on their way to the gold fields. European civilization first made its mark in the Lake Tahoe basin with the 1858 discovery of the ...
We got everything loaded, groceries shopped for and headed out for the country property around 6:00 pm. We were very lucky and did not have much in the way of traffic and made good time. Got there and got the tent set up without the help of the "dawgs" who tried to help us in the beginning. Paul had set us up a refrigerator in the barn to put our thing into which was very nice.
... narrow lanes, wall to wall traffic, guardrail that was mangled and stuck out into the lane. I did what every good motorhome driver does - I took my space from the middle line over. Cars are smaller, right? The trucks were another matter. Luckily, he was quick. Not what I had in mind when I said I wanted to do some driving. Finally got to exit 160, traffic went down to one lane, we took the off ramp ...