Lafayette Park Hotel & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLafayette Park Hotel & Spa
Hidden gem, in the middle of no where, so to speak. The staff was great, and the premium king room was worth the upgrade. Its about an hour from Napa, but close to Concord, Berkeley and Oakland.
Restaurant on property was excellent, and there's a spa on site, which we didn't take advantage of. Overall an excellent stay. A+
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... of our students purchased mini firecrackers that they were throwing at our feet the entire rest of the way. Don't worry, they finished their packets on me so they won't be bringing any back home.
From the lanterns of China Town, the streets suddenly had a European feel to it; lo and behold we stumbled into Little Italy, with pizza and calzones aplenty. But we pushed on, our ...
... picture. My camera does not do lowlight telephoto. Tomorrow we will see my car again as we pack it up to move on to our next hotel. We will be here tomorrow for Wenches and the Social Butterfly events. I find it funny that I signed up for a social media event when I don't use facebook much and have one of the old dumb phones. Oh well - maybe I will learn something.
Until tomorrow- - - - ...
... passed the large irrigation supply dam, the San Louis Reservoir, which is almost empty after 2 years of no inflows. Stopped at 1 of the best fruit / veg shops just off the highway, Casta da Fruita (see attached photo) which sold every type of fruit & veg & nuts. David & Roy bought some fresh fruit and reckoned the peaches and strawberries were the best they had eaten. Apricots were only so so. Back in the ...
... praying for a miracle. They all seemed to be quite religious! After all, this is America!
After about 15-20 minutes of this religious fervour, a miracle occurred. This monstrous truck with a humungous bumper bar came up behind the other car, and lo! It was moved out of the way and went merrily up the hill. We didnt need pushing and procceded to roll down the hill to our destination (and relief!)
... district, heading towards Pier 39.
The bus takes us down Lombard Street a fair way, before going over to Chestnut, and we have to change buses! Funnily enough, we get on the next bus and spot people already on who had left earlier – obviously they knew the buses here better than we did, as they were able to get a seat and we weren’t! However, we get off again shortly down at North Point Street. Looking around, Lavinia ...