Valley Ford Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of day. How AWESOME is that?!? That lack of commute is especially great because it was not something I was looking forward to doing. I am a HAPPY puppy.
To celebrate I took a drive out to the coast and stopped in Duncan’s Mills at Sophie’s Cellars for a very nice glass of wine and a hang. This is a tiny town (Pop. 75) that boasts some old-timey shops, a couple of train cars w/ an attached but generally closed museum, a rodeo grounds (!), a coffee ...
... Forty-one? Damn, that’s a lot of pencil lead. Years later, when asked why it took so long to erase so much, he simply said "I couldn’t get the words right."
I read once where Hemingway taught his friend Ezra Pound to box in the living room of Pound’s small studio apartment on the rue Notre Dame des Champs. Ezra, who in 1945 was held captive in a circus cage in Pisa for having the poor judgment to pick Hitler and ...
... salad, and corn on the cob. We felt a few drops during dinner, and I knew Brad was not going to be happy.
After dinner we packed everything except the tent and bedding. The bathrooms leave much to be desired, so we will wait until we reach Aunt Marilyn and Uncle Jerry’s house to get showers. We walked to the water before heading to bed. It was really neat watching the waves crash to shore in the dark. It had a cool ripple ...
... Vineyard for lunch. With passengers on board we headed off for lunch and tour of the Wildcat Mountain Vineyard that borderlands between Carneros and the Sonoma Coast. The vineyard consists of 4 acres of syrah, 23 acres of pinot noir and 23 acres of c******nay, all on volcanic soil with elevations ranging from 500 to 700 feet overlooking San Pablo Bay. The site itself is 1500 acres of pastureland where dairy cattle still roam the undulating hillsides ...
Have loved our time in San Rafael and beyond. Can't believe what a beautiful city San Francisco is and how quiet it is out here at Bill & Cheryl's place. It is such a special place. Great having their local knowledge and they have both been wonderful tour guides taking us out and about such a lot. We feel like we have seen so much but of course when you look at the map when you return to ...