Tri-Valley Inn & Suites
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... place so prospect of 3-4 hour queue. I fear that the cycle ride loop project is a victim of its own success and it was impossible. With some gentle (read - no choice, get on your bike and up that hill) we encouraged our children to further efforts. We were rewarded by empty bridge and lowering sun and fabulous ride. (Ruth may have a slightly different memory of this but this is the overall feel). Certainly a real achievement all round.
After our stay at Napa we were glad to set off for San Francisco and the start of our trip home.
We left at about 11.30 knowing that we had to drive through San Francisco and there might be some traffic but we didn't know that the NASCAR races were on just north and the traffic hold ups this would cause. Our tom tom ...
... and so well cared for. Streets are clean, houses are neat and well painted, gardens well tended... it has a friendly air about it. After driving up a few of the incredibly steep streets and back through the Presidio Park, whatever had been clunking under the car stopped, or fell off... which was a relief. Jette had spotted a diner last night on our walk back to the Motel, and suggested we could have breakfast there if the Motel's was bad. So we did. Mel's Drive In ...
... Transport Tour of San Francisco was almost done. He's a good tour guide - I would recommend him to anyone (anyone who likes to use public transportation in a large city!), and the price was right!
We had agreed to meet Amy B. at a restaurant called Mozzeria for dinner. I wanted to go there because a few friends in Austin recommended it - it is owned by a deaf couple. It was a teeny tiny place on 16th Street. All the employees there are deaf. I met Melody, ...