Motel 6 Fairfield North
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... rate conversion. I've been wanting a checking account there a long time, and am glad I finally found a bank that's in both countries. Well, East West Bank and Cathay Bank also have branches there, but they're not as prevalent here. I'm hoping with this, I will save some money in converting currencies and not needing to bring a wad of cash back every time.
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Aragon and I found some new places for him to take his 'daily walks' here at the Napa Elks. Really nice facilities here and friendly people. Peaceful setting.
For today's ADVENTURE Ms. Bonna thought we should go over to Fairfield and visit the Jelly Bean Factory. So I thought, yes, kind of a neat way to spend 1/2 an hour or so. Off ...
... I'll buy a secure travel bag like the VaultPro that is slash-proof. A money belt and an RFID blocker for my passport and credit cards are essential as well. I'll use two wallets, storing most of my money and cards in my money belt, and whatever I need for the day in a regular wallet I could lose/give to a mugger if need be.
But first I'll check out daypacks. Just ordered a few from REI.
... of the plane was the window (when we banked it was just the window between me and the ground). We didn't exactly see Glacier Bay but we saw the ice fields and several of the glaciers that enter Glacier Bay. The photos tell the tale and are as accurate as we could make them with respect to the named glaciers that we flew over. If you are really interested in the route and want to follow along, go to the Glacier Bay ...
After early breakfast at the hotel, we're off to the nearby The Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek. They opened early to give us a private tour of the garden.
The Ruth Bancroft Garden occupies land that was once part of a 400-acre fruit farm that produced walnuts and Bartlett pears in the Ygnacio Valley. The farm was started in the 1880s by Hubert Howe Bancroft, a famous
historian and publisher who amassed a huge personal library of books related to ...