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Lodi offers many choices for 'staycationers' and visitors

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Posted: Wednesday, July 21, 2010 1:10 am | Updated: 6:38 am, Wed Jul 21, 2010.

With an emerging Downtown market, destination resort and events like CycleFest, Lodi is becoming a popular location for so-called staycations.

Residents in the Bay Area could lack extra money for a trip to Maui, but they are still willing and able to spend some discretionary income at wineries, restaurants and hotels around town, say local advocates of wine and leisure.

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2 comments:

  • Ryan McShane posted at 9:51 am on Wed, Jul 21, 2010.

    Ryan McShane Posts: 1

    I believe the man in the picture is an accountant from Stockton. He sure looks relaxed. He must be very secure with himself to be photographed while getting a peticure.

     
  • posted at 7:46 am on Wed, Jul 21, 2010.

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    We took the family to Napa a couple of weeks ago. While the wine is, of course, very good (and very different than Lodi), Lodi beats Napa by far on value. Tasting rooms would have charged $20 to $50 for the pair of us that could have been applied toward purchase of $25 to $100 bottles. We were fortunate to flash our winery business card to have the fees waived, except for "the castle" which decided that Lodi is too far away to offer any interwinery discounts. Needless to say, we turned on our heals and marched back out across the drawbridge.

     
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