Grape Leaf Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Nia has been wanting to go on a Segway during the whole trip. Usually she is too young but in NZ & Australia she could have gone in one but when we got to the U.S. we learnt that most companies here have a minimum age of 12 or 14. After lots of research Helen found a company that went on weight & height which meant that Nia qualified for a tour. We kept this treat for our last day. It was a ...
... like Big John's Market or Mariposa Foods. Almost always there is a heavy leaning towards organic, non-GMO foods. The cliental is of all ages but appears as if they have walked out of a time machine from Woodstock '69. It is still very much 'peace' and 'freedom' and long hair and the hippie movement is still in full swing. When sitting at the deli waiting for your vegan smoothie to be made, one can browse through many of the magazines such ...
Well it is finally coming to an end. We have to start heading back to Santa Fe. The original plan was to drive back to Berkeley today and spend Monday packing up for an early Monday morning departure from Oakland airport. Robert managed to make a good enough argument to spend one last night with Jerry and Naxdli somewhere along the coast heading down toward Berkeley.
We all were breaking down ...
... host – and a nice selection of wine and a nice setting despite being right off the main road. I am not going to attempt any Hadders style tasting notes as my palette tends only to manage "fruity", “vanilla”, “acid” – with the latter being bad – cant drink anything that is acidic. But Anaba's high spots were the desert wines – the voingier and the ...
... we both collapsed. What were we thinking? The good news is that Dave discovered where and how the main was hooked up, so next day… we rented a "trencher".
As is often the case with rental units, this one was less than well maintained, so Dave spent some time adjusting and fiddling, and then it worked like a charm. The trench is done and he is now laying the pipes to the house. Plumbing will be done this trip. That leaves ...