Magliulo'S Rose Garden Inn
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... this place and the experience, Matt did not. The set up was really neat. Since they are going for the whole speakeasy theme of the 20's, it was a bit hard to find and we went in through a back door. We had to have a reservation and a password ("sheba") to sit in the room that we did. The atmosphere was spot on with the times and very intimate so ...
... had a surprise at the finish line with a grand welcoming from Brian's sister Kerry who lives nearby in Mill Valley. Kerry had a food spread, balloons and a Congratulations banner. That was special!
Our course on the last day took us down the Marin County coastline, crossing over the peninsula at Point Reyes to San Rafael then south to the Golden Gate. The guys took some photos along the way including the "house ...
... Aragon was calling, so we needed to leave. We’ve decided that the GPS likes to direct us to scenic routes, where this time, we saw some beautiful old homes with incredible landscaping. We’re thinking that people have torn up their grass and planted more xeriscape plants because there were few houses with green grass.
We arrived back at the motor home and our bed was calling us for a nap. Another fun Steinle sightseeing ...
I had a hearty breakfast at the Big 3. I can only imagine that the name refers to having three big meals but I am not sure. The spa here is famous because it has its' own source of mineral springs. This apparently is quite unique. I splurged and had a massage. Having a spa treatment also allows you access to the bathing ritual mineral pools inside and mineral pools outside too. So you ...
... square is a nice green setting with large trees, flowers, and picnic tablesdotted over a large lawn, surrounding a large building. On the grass an Abercrombie type with his top off was holding a large sign reading "Flips for Tips" although he was getting little in the way of business. Surrounding the square were a multitude of shops and old Mexican barracks free to explore. Sonoma was the furthest the Mexicans came up the American coast and was where the ...
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