Quality Inn & Suites - Fairfield / Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... dogs with their owner. Ray was thrilled to get permission to take some lovely shots of the dogs in their sunnies. As the next cable car trundled and clanged up the street, I was all ready with my Go-Pro to hop on the running-board of the car, but the conductor yelled out "only five passengers" and even though we could see there was plenty of room, Conductor would not let us on. It was very disappointing to realise some girls who had been quicker than us had hopped on and scored ...
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"When you say you've got the Cloak, and clothes..." said Harry, frowning at Hermione, who was carrying nothing except her small beaded handbag, in which she was now rummaging.
"Yes, they're here," said Hermione, and to Harry and Ron's utter astonishment, she pulled out a pair of jeans, a sweatshirt, some maroon socks, and finally the silvery Invisibility Cloak...
She gave the fragile-looking bag a ...
Why pay $40 for a 1 hour cruise around the bay when you can take the ferry from Sausalito back to the ferry terminal for less than ...
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... novel, complete with crooked reading glasses and IMAX 3D on top of those, all because I offered the flame from my lighter. I hadn't the heart to tell her that we are currently existing in the third dimension, fearing to be drawn into a conversation about true realities, or at least what she considers to be.
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