Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fremont Milpitas Central
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... For those who do not want to drive the Sonoma trail you can take a wine train tour.
Maureen and I had enough wine by this time and decided to sight see in Santa Rosa. We spent a couple of hours there and left around 4:30. We were headed to an Applebee's in Alameda county not far from our Oakland billet. Traffic got very heavy near San Rafael California, just before we cross the ...
... 5 from the States and 1 from Korea, and we ate and chatted. It was very interesting to hear how they celebrate Christmas and what they are doing for the holidays. Most of the Americans are flying home, but they have been here for 2 or more years.
So… we’re off to Australia next Saturday for 2 weeks. We’re taking our laptop so, hopefully, will be able to keep in touch via email.
Stay warm and enjoy this festive time. ...
... conveyed to us. This was represented by every second store being a merchandise/gift shop. Of course Carol stopped me from buying all sorts of 'I love San Francisco' shirts, but she couldn't keep me from the food!
Before hitting up Fisherman's Wharf, we went to the most famous restaurant in North California, Mama's. The line up was far out the door, serving an amazing breakfast menu, although the owner informed us that "that line ...
... however, when we arrived that did not seem to be the case (perhaps we were looking in the wrong areas) and so we merely stopped for something to eat before setting off again.
I took over the driving from this point and I must admit I was a little nervous because this was going to be a much longer stint than I had undertaken in LA. We stopped at Cachuma lake and Point Luis which has some great views of the Pacific and stopped to change over drivers ...
We called in at a place called Austin and managed to get our stickers " I survived the loneliest highway in America" We eventually arrive in a town called Fallon and go to a delightful cafe and tea shop called "The Courtyard Cafe". Their American breakfast was memorable and I managed to confuse Cathy who served us, by ordering tea, coffee and ...