Motel 6 Vacaville
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... To fix this problem we hired a car and took a trip from our RV Park in Vacaville to Reno Nevada. Our RV is registered in Nevada and Reno was only a three hour drive.
The drive to Reno takes you through a very popular destination for Americans and tourists alike, that destination is Lake Tahoe. Lake Tahoe and Squaw Valley was the site for the 1960 Winter Olympics. The area has again put in a bid to hold the 2022 Winter Olympics. ...
... so it was a little challenging going back and forth there throughout the day. Some of the things we love the most about Davis are the beautiful tree lined streets and they are huge into commuting by bike so they have awesome bike trails throughout town and extremely bike friendly streets. We were kind of bummed we had given ours away after we lost our bumper somewhere in New Mexico so we decided to rent bikes to get the full on ...
... to wait until I arrived at the airport before grabbing a quick bite. When I arrived at Heathrow, Sylvia was waiting for me. She had come to see me off and wish me a hearty bon voyage. Maybe I really had guilt-tripped her with the Elton John concert story, but mostly I’d like to think it was because of 40-plus years of friendship. Regardless, it was a very nice touch and one that was really appreciated.
The 11-hour flight from Heathrow to ...
... a great conversation on topics ranging from the beginnings of the Berkeley Outlet to life today and everything in between. With a beautiful moon to guide us off to bed.
Had a nice breakfast of tortillas, chiles, and eggs with fresh cantaloupe that had been rescued from the reduced price fruit section of the Berkeley Bowl. After breakfast went on walk with Paul to feed the sheep, llamas and ...
... a few sips of each. :)
Our next stop was Silverado winery, where we simply admired the gorgeous views of the valley below and marveled at a tableful of empty wine glasses - there must have been about 3 dozen of them. It was either a big group, or a fabulous time, or both.
Next up was Clos du Val, where we also skipped the wine in favor for the marvelous grounds. This one had a few cabanas right by the vineyards, and they were all ...