The Canyon Villa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... one of the enduring mysteries of this trip. At any rate, it was a typical small town grocery store, but nowhere near as good as the Valuemart in Bobcaygeon. I did see an odd item in the beer section - and I never in a million years would have thought there was a market for this - Budweiser beer and clamato juice. In the same can. People can buy and drink this. And apparently they do in numbers large enough to require the ...
... and legacy. They told stories about how his grandfather discovered the property on a silver mining expedition and how he kept buying up the surrounding land over the years, while William was a boy touring the world with his mother and getting inspired by all of the exotic and faraway places and cultures. By the time William inherited the land and decided to build "a little getaway" on it, the land comprised some 80,000 odd acres.
One thing you notice right away, ...
So we set off from Yosemite to Carmel, driving through a lot of flat, farming communities. The earth was very brown and dry, so there must be some truth in all the stories of drought. About an hour and a half in we stopped for some refreshment at a small town called Mariposa - we felt like we'd gone back in time as it resembled some of the old films we've seen on TV - a cute little place but not somewhere for a fortnight's holiday! Arrived ...
... 43 Gallons left and it was dropping, the fuel light was on! We had 3 miles to travel till we got to our final destination, this took roughly 45 minutes to complete it was nuts!!! We made it through the hills and crazy streets and dropped the car off. It was only a short walk to the hotel which we checked into about 5pm. We dumped our stuff then hit the streets and did a little shopping. We're off to Alcatraz tomorrow ...
The tour bus arrived a little before 10:30 am to pick us up for the wine-tasting tour. (The bus was a shuttle-bus size, not a Greyhound.) Our driver/guide was Fritz, the same guy we had at the end of the New England Color trip. Fritz is a nice guy, about our age, and knows just about everything about wine. It made the tour even more interesting.
We left the RV park for downtown Paso to pick up the lunches, then to a hotel to pick up the ...