Hilton Garden Inn Fairfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and cookies in the garden. The setting does make one feel serene! Then we headed to Chinatown. We searched the stores, looking for bargains. Lots of ceramic waving kitties, scarves, Asian purses, etc. Would up getting a sake carafe and 4 cups. WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE FROM THE POSION IN THE CUPS. Just in case it happens I figured mom would want written proof. So I put in ...
... up, gone was the sadness behind his troubled eyes. I sit and listen to him for what seems to be a good hour, watching him chain smoke one cigarette after another, as if all of his trouble had manifested into the small white tube, and by extinguishing them one-by-one, he was destroying the reason of his plight. He reads me messages sent between him and his love, each more more heartbreaking than the last, but always written with passion and the hope to salvage what ...
... 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 ...
... of the plane was the window (when we banked it was just the window between me and the ground). We didn't exactly see Glacier Bay but we saw the ice fields and several of the glaciers that enter Glacier Bay. The photos tell the tale and are as accurate as we could make them with respect to the named glaciers that we flew over. If you are really interested in the route and want to follow along, go to the Glacier Bay ...
... plants. Katherine is past president of the Pacific Horticulture Society and the Mediterranean Garden Society and has led horticulture tours to exotic destinations such as Sicily and Mallorca. We got a preview of her new book and a self-guided tour of the native garden and hillside down the stream below the house.
On our way back to the Embassy Suites, we stopped at Orchid Nursery and Florist in Layfette to explore the plant choices for Northern ...