Hotel Valley Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... no that's not one of her animals). Since the Pankratium is mostly about the "eats," the first order of business was dinner at the hotel. The lite dinner menu featured chili dogs, the first in many years for all Staybridgians, but having wine with our chili dogs was a special treat. Although the trip which followed, to Bev and Len's, found Janet, Sonja, Evie & Jack (the elder) wandering aimlessly through the streets in search of the Walz abode, the CR got off to a lively ...
... were on hand sharing stories of their adventures.
The food was delicious, the people were great, and most memorably was the sharing of stories while the room filled with laughter.
What a great primer for the upcoming Hong Kong / China trip!
... and all the sights. Went into a store that sold a lot of cowboy boots-dragged Gary out by his boots before he could buy more there! Ate some organic ice cream called Campote which is a Mexican type dessert. Had sweet potatoes, cinnamon and cream and was actually quite yummy. We saw some interesting sculptures in pickup trucks and saw a bike made of wood. The sun has continued to shine on us.
Took the dogs to a dog park and Gracie ripped her pad. Ouch! ...
... in Oakville We were taken into the vineyard to taste sauvignon blanc grapes from the cluster and taken through the winery learning the history of when and how it started and what it has become currently, all the while tasting their fantastic wines. The tour was very informative and interesting. (Thank you Pete Jordano) We then stopped ...
... on Bella), make the stops longer (3-5 days per stop) and try to keep the travel times between places less than 6 hours (although not always possible) and limit the amount of things we carry to two backpacks and two small day packs.
Vietnam: To get into Vietnam, United States Citizens need to prearrange a visa. There were two options to getting this visa. I could have either gone to San Francisco and visited the Vietnam Embassy to get a visa ...