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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... lovely but leave most of the day to day work in Noah and Xaviers hands and they do more of the paperwork/errands. The great thing about the ranch is that it's non profit meaning that twice a month they get given ridiculous amounts of food from a supermarket chain for free. The reason for this is because e.g. A pallet of food gets a knock or bump they have to get rid of the whole package so instead ...
MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014
Lily and I left her home in San Francisco by car Monday afternoon, July 28, for the approximately two hour drive to Safari West, our destination for the next three days.
Safari West is 400-acre African game animal preserve owned and operated by seasoned professional animal care experts and conservationists Peter and Nancy Lang. If you can't get to Africa, it's a good place to start the exploration of the ...
... she gave me a hug, she has been really involved in her husband's work over the years, feeding and teaching his patients to cook healthily. I would have liked to speak to him also but there were always a lot of people crowding round him to speak. He & Colin Campbell two heroes in this business are both about 80, so vital and active and busy, really impressive role models. The night finished with a panel discussion, then off to bed and up early for the next busy ...
Good morning friends. Today I went to the jelly bean store and we saw how they make jelly beans. We got some jelly beans to taste and we got a jelly bean packet. Then we got to see our photos and we bought a big packet of jelly beans to take home. Then we got into our car to go to the next place. Then we went to the wine tasting place where mummy and daddy tasted some wine. ...
We started the day visiting a petrified forest and a geyser, then started making our way to our friends' house in El Dorado Hills. They convinced us to stop on the way at Domaine Carneros in Napa Valley for a photo op and some sparkling wine. Amazing views! Lovely wine.