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... of leg room for our bags. There was even room to spare when I brought the footrest up. With an electrical outlet to keep my cellphone charged I couldn't imagine any other needs for the journey ahead. Larry was content watching the scenery and we both commented about familiar areas along the way. The rocking movement of the train began to extract the stress of the last several months from my being and lull me into relaxation.....a state I hadn't felt, except in ...
This morning we took our time over breakfast as the wineries do not open until 11am. We set out to discover what the Dundee Hills area has to offer. This is a red soil area, not like the Terra Rossa of Coonawarra but still having its own richness.
Our first stop was at The Four Graces. This had a white timber house as its tasting room and we were greeted by a very charming host who was originally from Wales. We discovered that all wineries here charge at least $10 for ...
... friends and hooning around in cars. Difficult to read with them nattering on.
It was a 12 and a half hour flight. I dozed a little,(while said brothers were engrossed in watching Captain America) read my book, Anzac Girls,(looking forward to the ABC series) and then watched The Iron Lady. We arrived in LA at 9am of the same day in the new Tom Bradley Terminal. This is a vast improvement on the old ones. We were able to get through Passport and Customs very speedily, ...
... Tere and then hit the road again.
Driving on Highway 80 from Vallejo, minutes passed and soon we saw the Golden
Gate Bridge spread before us along the Golden Strait, the mile wide,
three mile long channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific
Ocean. It's hard to missed. The bridge is a two mile long suspension bridge colored a perfect red. Before the bridge was built, the only practical short ...
... residential, then headed back north over the Willamette River in search of one of the many greenbelt parks that line its shores. The park we went to is named Ruth Bascom Park. It is large with a lawn, bike path next to the river, and many islands of beautiful flowers. It is connected to the city by a wide pedestrian bridge. The park is well used by many school aged kids accompanied by their escorts. It seems like most adults are mounted ...
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