Marlborough Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... t want to open them!
Last stop of the day was Fromm, a lovely tasting room set amid rows and rows of grapevines. They have a very understated label, but the wines were very nice...D particularly liked their Pinot Gris, so a seventh bottle went into the MH, this one also very well-wrapped! Believe it or not, we were actually 'wined-out' after the four wineries, so we headed to our Native Parks Haven near Renwick.
... then through the door (once the juice goes below the level of the racking valve). The screen catches the grape skins and these are shoveled by hand into another tub. All the while, the juice flowing into the tub below is being pumped out into a new clean tank. This process can take hours depending on the size of the tank. Once all of the juice has been drained from the tank, all that is left are skins, and so the digging out process begins! Armed with a shovel, ...
... over the world. She keeps them in a couple of drawers at home. It is the first time I have ever seen her actually using one. It is however nothing compared with her collection of hotel slippers, which we have stored in a container at The Shore Porters Society.
I am not totally idle. We have a Satnav with the new hire car and I set about finding out how to work it. A very forceful sounding lady talks to me in German from inside the machine. I can't understand ...
In my last wittering I began the saga of Erewhon Station where I hoped to ride the Clydesdale horses. Erin (Owner? Manager?) had asked me to phone back (for the third time) on the Sunday evening to confirm a ride for Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning – which I did. A different female answered – “Oh Erin's gone away for a couple of days, she'll be back on Tuesday evening – can you ring back?”. No, I can't, ...
... go with the lunch. Col has one glass and I have 1.5. A lovely way to spend the day.
Back at the campsite we have a bottle of fizz whilst doing a massive crossword. A couple camp next to us and the lady is originally from Thailand (karen). We end up chatting and drinking together and Walter provides Bombay gin and tonic. We have nibbles but really we should have had something more substantial to soak up the alcoholic.