Cottage Grove Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... last nights left over baked potatoes rehashed) bacon and a croissant. Jonathan had the same but an omelet instead of the eggs.
After breakfast it was time to pack up, as our train was due in Emeryville at 8:10. We had a spare 15 minutes to sit in the parlour car to admire the view of San Francisco Bay and make use of the really slow internet, I just managed to get my scrabble turns done.
Whilst we were outside the station waiting for ...
... and the bay, many elevation changes, redwood and sycamore trees and fog. Lots of fog. The guys in the pro shop said the fog may or may not burn off. It did for a short time, then came back again. Even though it was cold and windy, we had a really fun time playing golf there.
When we left the golf course, we headed to Lombard Street, the crookedest (is that a word?) street in the US. Great views of the city and bay. Fun driving down it but I sure wouldn't want to live ...
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Garlic french fries DONE right---that's what Gotts Roadside Grill does to complement a pretty darn good hamburger. My Alfa Rving friend Larry York clued me in on how great the garlic fries were at Gotts and he was 'right on'. And Gotts serves wine and beer if you like--so WHAT else is there to ask for??
... and then set off in our car to explore the area.
We had an excellent day; visiting a hot spring geyser that erupts every 10 minutes, and then going on a tour of a winery that operates out of a spectacular castle that has been built by the Italian owner. We bought three bottles of wine as a result of the wine tasting, and settled in for the evening with cheese, wine, biscuits and TV. What more could we ask ...
... the Dead.
At the same time, across the street, 715 Ashbury (at bottom) was the headquarters of the San Francisco Hell's Angels chapter. A number of incidents took place here, the most notorious was in 1969 when Cassel Brenner, a young man living two doors down from the Angels had his car demolished by the motorcycle gang using chains and tire irons. Two responding policemen were also injured and had to call ...