Hilton Garden Inn Fairfield
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... literally. The restaurant offers different packages to purchase depending on the size of your party.
We sat at a round table in the center of the dining room. It had a very large "Lazy Susan" in the middle of it. Once we were all seated, we were served a soup which had giner and scallops. Then suddenly scores of dishes were paraded out and placed on the Lazy Susan. One of the spcial dishes was an Empress Chicken. The whole bird ...
... ate at Cathay, a restaurant overlooking one of the main streets in Chinatown. It was fun eating Chinese food and people watching. The place was rather elegant, with red tablecloths and lots of Chinese decorations. Meg had to work Monday and Tuesday, so we just hung out with them at their apt. She took us to the reptile store and bought a cute mouse for the mayor and crickets for ...
... up in the middle of the conversation and laugh at them, but they tell. They know nothing about me short of what they can surmise from my appearance and the few words of introduction, but they tell.
They tell me of loves lost, and loves gained. About their troubles with the law, and what they truly think about the government.
I've received unprompted stock trading advice from a homeless lady who looked to have just jumped off the pages of a ...
I have been planning this adventure for a while. I think that half the fun of a big trip like this comes in the research and anticipation.
In less than two months I will have begun a new lifestyle, leaving behind my steady job, bay-view office, and my home to pursue the unknown, and to rediscover parts of myself that I've lost over the years, or buried beneath piles of paperwork and social media posts.
I've never traveled alone. At least not for any extended ...
... t dally, even when visiting, but we were able to hold her captive a couple of times. I think she can be best described as a "hoot", dearly intended.
We fired up the grill for some Copper River salmon with (a truly eclectic bunch) Ginny, new friends Mike and Pat [who must think I have a 100 gallon gas tank when they overcompensated me for some work] and Hernan, (a newer old friend) who worked with Mallery ...