Hennessey House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... or USB chargers is disheartening (14 hours gadget free?!) we are reading up on our upcoming destinations and I'm finally reading "eat, pray, love." (I was told the narrator was 'me but without the whole crisis thing.' So, I'm anxious to see if I agree:) I'm looking forward to seeing what this trip has in store. What awesomeness will we stumble upon next-like winding up at breakfast in downtown Napa in the middle of the July 4th parade! I really do love us ;) ...
... park ranger then had the fortune of going down into the bunker where two reconstructed missiles were kept. Two retired army guys who used to work at the site showed us how the missiles were raised up out of the bunker and put into firing position and told us all about their experiences working there during the 60s and 70s. It was fascinating.
After checking in at our hotel at Corte Madera on the north shore ...
... a spice-rubbed slow-roasted pork(from the Oxbow Market-not from the woods) that cooked all night.
Gary and I roasted whole chickens with carrots, onions, and potatoes. Elaine and Bill bought tender aged beef steaks and marrow bones.
... atmosphere and a guy also came over to us to point out his great grandfather who had been captured for posterity in one of the photos on the wall behind us, he had been a player for the SF Seals baseball team in 1938.
More than anything we will take the friendliness of the people of SF, it is a great city - unpretentious, easy to get around and full of history - from Alcatraz to the gold rush. We love ...
Even though we are working for our board, Christmas means plenty of excuses and opportunities to take time off for fun stuff! On Christmas day Kirsten and Ron left for Kirsten's parents place in Oakland while we were enjoying our lie in. To our surprise when we came in the kitchen there was a stocking from Santa to us! Very thoughtfully they had bought us headlamps each, chocolate, oranges and a pot of marmite! So it was a marmite ...