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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... that work as bartenders (seriously, why are all my friends bartenders?? Don't answer that! ) said they would introduce me, but alas, he'd gone :( was really disappointed with myself. I've always said you should make memories at every opportunity, never miss a chance! Anyway, decided I would go to the bar in town for a last drink as Scott was doing a shift. Low and behold, Russell Tovey is there with all his mates. Had to bide my time, then all but one of ...
From San Francisco, we headed North out of the city towards the much-anticipated Russian River Valley - home to Korbel, Russian River Brewery, and the celebration of our three year anniversary. Erik had been looking forward to Russian River since the beginning of the trip and I had been very psyched about Korbel after stumbling upon Schoolhouse Canyon campground, just a half mile away from Korbel. I had no idea we would be anywhere near Korbel, ...
After our lunch at the Cheeseboard Collective, I stopped at a store and purchase a messenger bag made of recycled seat belts for Stephen, and then we drove around town, dodging graduation people, before heading toward Russian River for our 5:45 dinner reservation at the Applewood Inn.
On our way to dinner, we stopped at Korbel Champagne, but missed the last tour. ...
... as the photo shows, they're making the best use of space with good windmill density, must be making a tonne of power. We're staying at a campsite in Petaluma. Toured a few wineries for tasting, you have to pay $5 to taste a small selection of 5-6 wines ($10 for 'better' wines) and just one winery refunded the money if you made a purchase. One of ...
... wine country, and that's exactly what we did. Unfortunately by the time we'd gotten our act together we didn't get very far- Petaluma to be exact. When we first got to Petaluma it seemed like a lovely town, but all the hotels that we could actually afford to stay in were in the rubbish 'you need a car to get anywhere' part of town, boo! We ended up staying in a Motel 6 and not doing anything, classy.