Seven Quails Vineyards Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Major William Henry Christian Rose was my maternal grandfather's first cousin and he died at the age of almost 20 on 19 July 1916. Along with 19 others, he was remembered in a ceremony on 19 July 2014 at which their new headstones were dedicated. Each headstone bears the soldier's name and an inscription chosen by his family. Jo and I attended the dedication ceremony together with a cousin, Warwick Rose, and his wife Selena. For us, the visit was a quick train trip ...
... the middle of the streets and it is just gorgeous. Lots of tables, chairs and park benches. There is a lovely clapboard cubby house and lots of pathways and gardens. I could have sat in it all afternoon.
One of the shops I went into was very interesting. It was called the Brown Butter Cookie Company. It's 2 sisters who started an online company selling cookies and had just opened their first shop. As soon as you ...
... Bob. A pretty town, but very touristy. Headed north through San Luis Obispo and arrived at San Simeon, Courtesy Inn, mid afternoon. $55, cheaper than the motel 6 last night, a bigger room, view of the water, and a comfortable bed. Couldn't get online tickets for Hearst Castle. tour, so took a drive down the road to their visitor centre to see if we could get tickets ...
It is indeed the calm before the storm, as final preparations are made (like packing) before our flight tomorrow just before 6 pm. Matt and I are a melting pot of emotions; having very recently come off of graduating from San Luis Obispo High School, we're ecstatic yet bittersweet, and nervously thrilled for this great adventure.
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... sushi bar for our first real experience of sushi which was quite pleasant. We had a few different things including a dish called California that had crab and avocado, but our favorite one was called after the town, Atascadero and had eel, shrimp and a lovely sweet sauce. Alana sweet talked the waitress into giving us a small taster of Saki for us to try which saved us buying a $7 serving that we might not like, which was good as to me it tastes like sherry and is ...