Holiday Inn Express San Pablo
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... met Hoki and Wally. Helena and Ulla, both Finnish, had known each other in Germany, where they had lived for a couple of years, before deciding to move to England in the late 60’s to learn English. In 1970, Roger was dating Ulla and I was dating Helena, so we all became friends, and spent a lot of time hanging out at the Kwan’s. Ulla had prepared a nice lunch of salmon mouse and chicken stroganoff. We sat around the table after lunch and talked about ...
... get tickets for the ferry leaving at 12.45pm (lucky for us as the next ferry didn't leave till 3.30pm). The ferry took us to Vallejo which is a 30 min drive from Napa. There is a bus that we were able to catch that took us from the ferry to downtown Napa wherebwe transferred to another bus that took us a 10min walk away from Napa home. Buses are so cheap! cost was $1.50 each.
... make the wine. In one of the wineries they let us walk through their vineyard and pick grapes to taste! We stopped of for lunch in Yountville and although it was very tempting to sample some of the surrounding gourmet restaurants we stuck with our packed picnic lunch. One of the restaurants there offered lunch for $200 a head!
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... that I wanted to. I waited & waited for a Big Bus, plenty of other sightseeing company buses went past though. Eventually I gave up & decided to get one of the iconic cable cars up the hill to the top so I could get a closer photo of the section of Lombard Street that is the crookedest in the world (made so because, with it's 27 degree grade, it was too steep for most vehicles to drive up & a serious hazard for pedestrians. In 1922 8 hairpin ...
... and decided he'd gone far enough he named his orange growing business Mesa Verde. His granddaughter, 3rd generation of orange growers and sellers, said that growing up she always assumed the name referred to the green porches of the Craftsman house her grandfather had built. On into the park and up to the sequoias. Luck is with us and a campsite is available. Right by a cold stream deep enough in pools to shallow dive in. Nathan made our campfire and ...
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