Quality Inn & Suites - Fairfield / Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Monterey which was the first mission in Monterey and the French Hotel where Robert Louis Stevenson, the author, resided for part of 1879. Interestingly, Middlebury College in Vermont has their Monterey Institute of International Studies in many of the historic adobe structures. What a great place to study, Monterey! Part of the 5+ mile walk went by the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) Hall where I had Japanese Obon practice when I visited ...
... was a rally from the home side in the final innings but it was too late to save the game which ended 3 - 1.
We returned to the hotel for a quick shower and change then headed out for the evening. We walked up the steep hills to the north of the hotel to Nob Hill, famous for its grand houses built by the 'nobs' of the Victorian era. Then on to China Town and North Beach, the latter area famed ...
... I left him the same man that he had been before our meeting, but with a little more light in his eyes, sparked by the hope that maybe everything is going to be alright.
Most conversations are one-sided, with my part being that of the mute, only participating with a nod, or a "sure" to let them know I'm still listening with intent. They aren't looking for advice, knowing that it would be considered, but not followed, they are looking for someone to confess ...
... And there were five pieces of luggage, some heavy, to be lugged at every train connection (my cousin Marion and her husband were with us).
By the time we reached Zurich, to hell with lace curtains, wildflowers, and cow bells: It was urban and crowded and hot. Whoever designed the airport built in the maximum number of escalator rides in a single structure, up and down between the same two levels ...
Right... I thought I'd use this opportunity to do a recollection of my 2 days in San Francisco (SF). Not that I'm done yet, but I'm taking some time to charge my phone in the hotel lobby and use the free wi-fi... Coz I'm an opportunist you see! So whilst on the bus en-route to SF, I thought if try out Hotwire.com and book a hotel. I got to book a room at the Sheraton in Fisherman's Wharf Hotel for $100. Location, Location, Location! so I arrived at the ...