Residence Inn Vacaville
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- Swimming pool
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Continental Breakfast
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... the hills.
Crossing the border into Nevada we arrived at Reno. Reno is known as the "Biggest Little City in the World." It is famous for its Casino's. It is the second most populated city in Nevada next to Las Vegas.
We arrived at the Department of Motor Vehicles and had to get in line and register so we could complete our business. When we got to the first desk they took our phone number and told us that there would ...
... see as you stroll by, tons of beautiful trees and some great playgrounds spread throughout. It’s so much of what we love and it’s pretty awesome to see, but when we were out there years ago it didn't quite feel like home to us. I do think it’s a great example of what a town can be like and man did we love riding our bikes around through tunnels, over bridges, stopping along the way at playgrounds and feeling like we ...
... stretch my legs. After passing through border control and customs, I made my way to BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) and caught a Pittsburg/Bay Point train that would take me to Concord. An hour and a half later I was loading my bags into my wife’s car in the late afternoon warm sunshine of Northern California. Five minutes later I was greeted to the wriggling, jumping and face-licking welcome home routine of our two dachshunds, Romeo and Julie. It was good to be ...
... that she wrapped in fig leaves that she cooked over the coals, a green salad, we had made a quinoa with corn, black beans, tomato, and avacado salad, and a caprese salad. It was all so delicious and all had seconds! There was also some very fine wine served.
Conversation was pleasant and varied and a good time was had by all. Bob and Ginnie left and we then went for a walk in the ...
... guys just didn't have the same credibility as V. Sattui; at their winery, we stared at pictures of Sattuis making wine deliveries on horse-drawn carriages in like 1903. Add to the fact that their wine wasn't actually that great, and the patio was for wine members or people with appointments only, and we were eager to go on.
Artesa winery was recommended by the lady at the visitor center and she said it was voted the most beautiful one in ...