Fitzpatrick Winery and Lodge

Address: 7740 Fair Play Road, Fair Play, California, 95684, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 7740 Fair Play Road, Fair Play, is near Discovery Museum Science and Space Center, McClellan Aviation Museum, Chautauqua Playhouse, and Great American Billiards.
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      Travel Blogs from Fair Play

      What We Learned - How To Live A Great Life

      A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Feb 08, 2015

      ... br>
      - More freedom – (at least for a white female tourist, it feels like there aren't comparatively as many restrictive social prescriptions)

      - More community

      - Less boring

      - Less controlled

      - Life is more interesting and educational

      - ...

      Chapter 2

      A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Jan 21, 2015

      ... the new apartment for about 6 days before I went off again on a 2 1/2 month contract on the Sapphire to ASIA! We hit Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Hong Kong, China (though I did not get off here due to no visa), Japan, South Korea, Brunei, Cambodia, Bali Indonesia, and Malaysia. I arrived home the night of Dec 29th, just in time for New Years Eve with Mike before I again whisked off on another plane--this time, to spend a week with ...

      Day #1 Folsom, CA to Omo Ranch, CA

      A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Jul 17, 2013

      4 comments, 4 photos

      My day started off with much "pomp and circumstance", pictures with my family and tearful good byes. My riding buddies Dennis Mandigo, Glen Brooks and Andrew Byer met me at my house to roll me out with a color guard. Dennis rode up to Cameron Park and Glen and Andrew accompanied me to Missouri Flats road and Hwy. 50. It was great having them give me a send off as I'm not planning on seeing anyone I know for the next 4ish weeks! My first wrong turn was with my ...

      All That Glitters

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 10, 2012

      ... a gunsmith, artillery, bakery, grist mill, blanket factory. His office and living quarters were inside too; outside were houses and corrals. Eventually he had 300 people working in the fort.

      Sutter became a Mexican citizen in 1840, and in receipt for keeping order among the Indian tribes, was given a land grant for more than 48,000 acres. In 1845 he was appointed “Captain of the Sacramento troops” ...

      Getting It Together

      A travel blog entry by gregandmaria on Jan 10, 2012

      Ok. This is my first travel blog. I guess it should help me get my mind together and virtually organize information for our trip to Belize. This isn't the first time we have traveled internationally, but it seems to get more and more complicated. You see... our daughters are teenagers; one who recently turned 18. So, their so-called independence takes a grip when planning for anything these days. Gone are the days when I could just throw ...