Quality Inn & Suites - Fairfield / Napa Valley
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Aragon and I found some new places for him to take his 'daily walks' here at the Napa Elks. Really nice facilities here and friendly people. Peaceful setting.
For today's ADVENTURE Ms. Bonna thought we should go over to Fairfield and visit the Jelly Bean Factory. So I thought, yes, kind of a neat way to spend 1/2 an hour or so. Off ...
... heaps of useful and useless stuff up until the point where I hopped off the Downtown Tour at Union Square in order to hop on the Golden Gate Park tour. Firstly, I was one of the last to get on so ended up sitting downstairs - where you can see squat through those pixel-covered windows - so my initial thought was to just listen carefully to the tour guide and come back on my own to places I found interesting. That is until he started talking... Ok granted, I was ...
... the opportunity to take pictures with Jelly Belly which I did. I wonder how much it'll cost? I learned that the "rejects" are called belly flops and they were about 77 days behind production so they are currently working 24 hours a day except for weekends and holidays. While we were in line, I went to look at the cafeteria and it had burgers and pizzas in the form of jelly bellies. It was quite interesting. They also had an ...
... the pavement. I stopped and chatted to it for a while, and realised I would have to take it home. It looked dazed and confused - and as I bent down to pick it up, was told by a few people it had been writhing around on its back for the previous 30 minutes.
'Poor Crow', I said to it as I gently carried it home. I gave it some rest and some water and slowly saw the look come back to its eyes - the look of the wild - the look of instinct, and I ...
... things. The bass player was a local guy who has toured with Hancock before. He duelled with Hancock (now playing an electric piano guitar - the harmonics rising from his thick strings to an unbelievable pitch).
The rhythm guitarist was from Benin, and had studied at the Thelonius Monk school in LA. He was brilliant, and was given a portion of the show that Herbie described as
'You won't believe that what you are hearing is one man on one guitar.' he ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility