Americas Best Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... if he could pull the codes for that too just to see what it was all about. It turned out the fuel injection control module was going bad and if it wasn’t replaced we would be stranded wherever we happened to be when it failed. Assuming what he said was correct I guess the fuel leak helped us out by catching the other problem before it possibly went out on us who knows where. It wasn’t cheap though so that was pretty ...
... Sav at $60. The white was ok but not the red. By this time it was close to 6pm and, feeling very disillusioned, we decided to walk the 10 min down to Napa and to the 'Bounty Hunter' restaurant/wine bar for dinner. This had also been recommended to me so, at this stage with our current Napa experience, I wasn't getting too excited. The food was great though but, again, the wines were just too pricey. We got chatting to our waiter, Mark, who was 'into wine' and ...
... it came up. We were fast asleep by that time!
We had the tent down, car pretty much loaded before it started raining. This was not expected by some but it was of course much needed. After a nice breakfast of potatoes, salmon, avacado and fruit. Said our goodbyes and set off.
Stopped off in San Francisco to get new battery for phone. Because it was a Sunday, traffic was light ...
... my grades, but I didn't go to college or university, and I am having the time of my life. I am travelling the world, I have savings and a small mortgage. What I would have done just to have whispered something in his ear, but I rose above it and said nothing. Now he was one stupid American!!!
Once finished here, we headed off to Sonoma which is a small town in the Napa Valley. We had a little walk around the shops, which all seems to be ...
... and had a guy help him out to the car with it. When Jim tried to tip him for his help, he refused, saying he was the President of the winery! Guess he wanted to see who was buying his limited stock. They then got in a discussion of camping and motorhomes, (he has just purchased a small one). We left with his card and told to 'call him if we need anything.' That's one phone number I will keep.