Cottage Grove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we are Canadian we could not join, they did however give us the discount that the members were given and allowed us to walk away with a case. We bought a case so the tasting fee of $45 was waived which is the case at most wineries.
We had a quick lunch in St. Helena at a small bakery, sat outside and enjoyed a wonderful salad and baguette...very European.
Next stop Summers Estate Wines, it is a unique winery and they have ...
... is they are NOT providing customer service, so looks like I'll have to continue working with them and making phone calls. The OTHER banking challenge I'm dealing with is one of my newer bank accounts that now will offer 'mobile check deposit' using the iPhone, which is GREAT---again, for when we are on the road in particular. Since it is a new service of Western State bank they are using me as a ...
... shops. It is built around mineral hot springs, and makes good use of the available resources. There are lots of spas and health resorts in the town, and seems very relaxed. We are certainly happy to get out of the city, as we have been so busy since we left home.
Today we had booked a couples mud bath and massage at a nearby spa, and had great fun. It was a two hour experience and ended up with a ...
... the day wore on, the sun came out. We realized our meter was running out, so went back to the van, and decided to walk back to the Grateful Dead House and take some better pictures. Across the street, was the Hell's Angels Club House. Here is some information about both those houses, taken from the web.
"The Angels & The Dead, Ashbury Street
There is a lot of history on the 700 block of Ashbury ...
... an absolutely stunning landscape. I wouldn’t go so far as to say it has rolling hills because that term describes the European continental landscape better (in my opinion). But there are quite a lot of hills. There are a few vineyards on the hills (where they are grown on terraces) and also a lot of vineyards on the flat land. The straight and almost symmetrical vineyards can be so tempting that at times, anyone would feel like pulling over to taste those grapes. Don’t ...