Town House Inn

Address: 2170 North Texas Street, Fairfield, California, 94533, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2170 North Texas Street, Fairfield, is near Jelly Belly Factory Tour and Anheuser-Busch Fairfield Brewery Tour.
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Travel Blogs from Fairfield

Arrival in Mongolia

A travel blog entry by sefleming on Aug 13, 2014

11 photos

... using Korean funds. It supposedly faces a similar Buddha statue that is situated directly across the valley at the Gandan Monastery that we will visit tomorrow. In this same region of the city we ascended a mountain (a mountain by Mongolian standards, but it wouldn't even register on the Nepalese altimeter!) to view the Zaisan Memorial which commemorates the important link forged between the USSR and Russia - supposedly the USSR provided the military power needed ...

Jelly Belly Factory

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 08, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... the tour at this point of the line". She further distracted me by having me take some pictures of the 'jelly bean art'---some really cool 'pictures' made entirely out of glued on jelly beans---Ronnie Regan, Elvis, the Pope, bunch of various singers/performers, the flag, Lady Liberty, to name just a few. Also got a shot of a custom motorcycle made especially for Jelly Belly--only problem was it was NOT a Harley--was a Victory, so ...

Off to Lake Tahoe

A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jun 12, 2013

22 photos

... Lake after his Indian guide. His first job in the west was in the government service, carrying the mail on snowshoes from Placerville to Nevada City, during which time he named the lake "Lake Bigler" in honor of California’s third governor John Bigler. In 1853 William Eddy, the surveyor general of California, identified Tahoe as Lake Bigler. In 1862 the U.S. Department of the Interior first introduced the name Tahoe. Both names were used until well into the next century. The ...

Kayaking day 2 - Phang Nga Bay

A travel blog entry by sefleming on Jan 24, 2013

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Today was even more spectacular than yesterday, if that is possible. We motored up to a series of lagoons. For many hours we meandered up these lagoons, and the peacefully quality was dramatic. The only sounds were those of the cicadas and a few birds. We took it at a leisurely pace, exploring every cave, and feature possible. The rock formations were enchanting and I had no trouble finding forms resembling humans, animals, plants, bells and all manner of things. The colors ...

Prince Rupert, BC to Squamish, BC

A travel blog entry by nvfsvf on Sep 14, 2012

99 photos

... Smithers - it's a vibrant community located in a beautiful valley with world class fishing and access to many other outdoor recreation opportunities.

8/19 - Packed up the trailer - the little shrew that was in camp the night before had left us a present in the wheel chalk - actually, more than one. We headed south passing through Vanderhoof (the geographical center of BC) and stopping for gas in Prince ...