Travelodge Yuba City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it's located right next to a large park. Next we chose our preferences for excursions with the local Witnesses for the days preceding and following the convention. These include spending a day in the ministry, touring some of the Watchtower Society facilities, visiting wild animal parks, and shopping at a local market. It will be such a joy to experience all of these things surrounded by our spiritual brothers and sisters! To round out our trip, ...
... growers who have a total of around 20,000 tons prunes. Highlights. * immense scale of Sunsweet operation; * Reports on the news of Mountain Lions coming down fromn the hills in the nearby city of Modesto, due to the drought; * Micro-brewery dinner & drinks. * Michael Z finding a grower that has the same drying system as his, definitely rare these 2. Weather was very warm about 34C an a bit hazy. Cheers, ...
... to Sangria, fosters and Sake. Excellent.
For anyone who is thinking of making a trip to America from England, if you feel home sick they also sell PG tips and Tunnocks Caramel chocolate bars. So when Ben got back from work I was already getting on the Sangria and managed to persuade him to go for another night out in Davis.
The evening ended up starting pretty late as we were waiting for a ...
... tour the island (lots of history & a civil war fort) and of course - The Grand Hotel. I watched the movie "Somewhere In Time" yesterday so the Grand Hotel would be fresh in memory - I simply MUST walk the grand porch, sit on the bench where Richard sat AND find the tree where he & Elise first met. Sigh. Best end this now & attempt to go to sleep before I have to wake up! Love, ...
... officer who slams the door open and flicks the light back on and looks under our beds and in the luggage racks to see if any undeclared people are there, because everyone wants to sneak into Slovenia. When we finally arrived in Venice, the sun was rising over the water, the air was warm and we were hopelessly lost, already. Our reservation had fallen through so we had to find a place to stay. We were wandering the streets of Venice with our enormous backpacks on, homeless ...