Vagabond Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the last visit to the store, to pick up last minute items for the upcoming backpacking trips.
We have friends in Santa Rosa who we only see when we are passing thru and we arranged to meet for dinner. Jerry and Karen are people we've known for years. I met Karen at an AAUW meeting when our farm was going down and they’d been in similar circumstances. Then their daughter and one of our son’s got together and ...
... their product but we walked a self-guided tour describing their biodynamic process of growing the vines. They use a compost for fertilizer for which they grow specific plants to decompose into it, including manure from two Highland Cattle which they bury in cow horns over the winter and add the results in the spring. They also strategically plant crops to attract particular insects to particular areas ...
... Also there was lots of bridge repair going on and we encountered many delays. We arrived in Napa at the C******ny Lodge at 6pm. After getting settled we decided to walk to a restaurant we had learned about which was farther than we thought (1 1/2 miles). The food at the Allegeria was very good Italian. We had the bartender call for a cab to take us back to the lodge. All in all a good ...
... at the apt, Michael Jacob and Drew played a round of disc golf at Golden Gate Park while Critty and I went on a wild goose chase through the city to find Wal- Mart. It was an adventure and fun! ;) We cooked the Hearst steaks and fresh veggies from the produce stan for our 4th of July dinner. Yum! Loaded up the ice chest and went to the fireworks at Aquatic Park down by the Wharf. Great show and a beautiful night to celebrate this country that we too often complain about, but after ...
... as none of them beat Malbec from Argentina!
I think we must have been in this first winery for about 45 minutes and I could feel my mouth was getting a little dry and it was only 11 am. I need to drink some agua or otherwise someone is going to be quite tipsy very soon!
We headed off again through the masses of wineries & vineyards to our next destination (and my favourite), Domain Chandon. Bring on the champagne ...