Best Western El Grande Inn
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... we refused. It was very nice of her anyways. Our wine tasting was over and we had to keep moving.
Overall it was nice to get a glimpse of Californian wines. Of course, it was just that, a very small look of what California has to offer in terms of wines. Since we didn’t visit so many vineyards and due to our low budget we didn’t have the chance to try better wines or to do a proper research on which wines to try. I had time to do it but, I guess, if I had ...
... built a small cabin to live in in 1864. Galen Clark was more responsible that anyone for the protection of the sequoias and was instrumental in the establishment of the Yosemite National Park. In 1853 at the age of 39, Clark contracted a severe lung infection that was diagnosed as tuberculosis. He was given six months to live and was advised to seek fresh mountain air. He moved close to Mariposa Grove and on discovering the majestic site he ...
... food taste bad. Smoke gets stuck in your clothes. Smoke makes you feel dirty. Unfortunately, the wood we have seen in campgrounds is mostly ponderosa pine or some other pitchy pine. So, for the last 6 nights the campfires have burned hot and a little too smokey, no matter how good you are at making a campfire.
All of this explanation is necessary for me to say "I've seen fire and I've seen rain." My apologies to ...
... We have a lovely room with balcony. There are lots of sweet smelling amenities ---of course you can buy some to take home. We don't have a great view but we can see vineyards and trees from our balcony. The air is warm and dry here and it reminds me of Tuscany. I went for a lovely swim in their salt water pool. Refreshing. I was surprised how fast I dried off in this air. Dinner ...
... especially on a 90 degree day.
Slightly happier and a bit more relaxed, we left Frog's Leap and headed to Elizabeth Spencer on the way to Sonoma. It was nice to see the extremes in wine making: from the large production scale of the Leap to the small barrel operation at Elizabeth Spencer. The wines at the later were great as well and their courtyard truly set the mood. Surrounded by vines we sipped their ...