Travelodge Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Breakfast was at Sears, famed for its Swedish pancakes, so I had granola and J had poached eggs!
Then it was back to the hotel for our final skype calls of the holiday home to our parents, what a difference it has made been able to do this, the wonders of modern technology!
A four block walk took us to the BART ...
... 12.15 pm ferry or else the next one would be at 2 pm and that would mean our whole day had gone.
By now the sun was high ...
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