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... start of the use of the bear and star flag which is still used as the Californian flag today.
Finally made it to our hotel in the Napa. A luxurious two bedroom apartment with two bathrooms, kitchen and three Televisions!!
Had dinner with my cousin Dharshi from Canada, Arushi, my childhood neighbour friend from Sri-Lanka and partners. The wedding tomorrow looks like it is shaping up to be an international event.
... and we had a good time. Jonathan suggested we find a discount for something paired with food, and, with a little searching, I found a chocolate/wine pairing discount at Rutherford. We both loved it. We had four chocolates paired with four different wines, and the chocolate was so different and interesting. There was a lemon white chocolate to start. Usually I don't like white chocolate, but I would eat a whole bar of this one. There was ...
... the summer.
We arrived during the frostiest time ever and have been walking around bundled up like snowmen and I can tell you nights in the shed have been very chilly. However the sun is shining again now and the weather is looking up so lots of things to look forward to.
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Daniel has developed an interest in creative writing; here is his first effort: (please note the events detailed below are not factual and never ...
We had lunch at Gott again that has to stop although they are amazing there is no way you can maintain a healthy diet and size eating there...that said it is worth it a few times a year :-) yummy!
We had our first tasting at Robert Craig Winery their tasting room was just a couple of blocks from out hotel so that was handy. The wines were very untypical of CA, a very dry Rose, very dry Zin and a few blends that were ...
... job in order to get what we needed for the layover in Taiwan. After passing through security, we enjoyed a leisurely couple of hours before our flight departed.
We booked the initial leg on EVA Air, which is the Taiwanese national airline. As we were waiting at the gate, we noticed that the crew had assembled; in addition to the flight staff, there were a dozen cabin attendants, a big jump up from what we are used to on, say, Southwest Air. The kids ...