Quality Inn & Suites - Fairfield / Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... side house just a short journey into San Francisco. I was taken into the fold by Lew and Leslie who had been my Aranui Mum and Dad owing, in part due to their age, but mainly to us sharing the same surname. It was great having honorary membership to ‘Team Mathews’ and being invited to a family birthday party. Granddaughter Marina read to me with pride a picture story book she’d written about a runaway puppy. She ‘ren and ...
... 12.15 pm ferry or else the next one would be at 2 pm and that would mean our whole day had gone.
By now the sun was high ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
After breakfast at the Bakery at the Harbor (best bagels ever) we left Seward and headed north on the Seward Highway towards Anchorage (there is only one way in and out of Seward - thus we had to backtrack for 130+ miles to Palmer) - beautiful morning. We stopped and took some shots of the wetland areas and 2 trumpeter swans. While waiting in a construction line, a young couple asked the flag person to take their picture - hey why not? You ...