Sonoma Orchid Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... champagnes. I learned so much about champagne and have a much greater appreciation of it now. Unfortunately, and bizarrely, Korbel does not have a license to serve brandy on the premises. Brandy in general is an afterthought on the tour and is barely mentioned. Everything that Korbel produces comes from that beautiful location in the Russian River Valley and is entirely family owned, no corporate entities, which was very impressive to ...
... river cooled us off in 90 plus heat, and Annette won the Caddy Shack costume parade as Carl the pool cleaner. She reports that the Baby Ruth was just fine. Lots of us got no respect. Lacy Underalls were present in abundance.
Months of planning and meticulous attention to detail by Leimon resulted in a most amazing and happy event. Guests, freed of any logistical worries were able to relax, enjoy and emote. Leimon arrived by row boat on the River, escorted by ...
... office and his motorbike and car collection.
Chris has some serious motors, including 2 Ferraris, 2 Rolls Royce, 2 Deloreans and more. He also has about thirty different bikes, mostly English Triumphs, I’ve never seen anything like it! His mechanic turned up at one point, who was also English. He was really posh and it turns out is from Nottingham, certainly private schooled then. We then headed to Ruth’s house in the Ferrari 360 ...
... to win the 'World' series (actually not so much the world as the US, we are forced to remind one or two guys) and every bar and restaurant has multiple screens showing the action; all around us fans are shouting arcane instructions to the deaf ears of the players.
Next stop Lake Tahoe, where we slowly climb two miles above sea level with our ears popping and our eyes out on stalks at wonderful mountain views. We are surprised to see a little snow on the ground and have to stop ...
... things in perspective. I mean, I'm actually up and moving to Germany to be an au pair! This year is going to be full of incredible new things, new places, improved language skills, and hopefully a ton of pretzel and (responsible-ish) beer consumption.
Now I need to somehow figure out a way to talk myself out of bringing five pairs of shoes. Which one will be left behind???