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 children were asked to introduce themselves and their grandparent(s). There were 20 children and 21 grandparents. Introductions were fairly brief, and the children did a good job. We realized that there was one girl, Hazel, and her grandmother, who had been on our Road Scholar program last year in Dunsmuir CA; it was nice to see them again. The program was listed as being for children from ages 7 to 11. Most of the children were 8-10; Lily had just turned 8 on July ...
... went on, as I knew the people meeting me would be wondering where I am.
I eventually got called into an 'interview room', with a guy who was speaking to me as if I didn't understand English. He asked me lots of questions, so then I called my college, and they had to fax me through my paperwork; turns out they sent the wrong stuff! The guy let me go anyway as he must have been feeling generous.. and I left feeling all shaky and like a criminal.
You know you ...
... t enough for me. So, Mark and I set out early on our final morning to take the short walk out to the Yosemite Falls. We bumped into Bambi again and I was pleased to see that Bambi had a friend this time.
We were on the road to Napa by about 8.30 am after another check for Mark's hat and ...
... so beautiful. Unfortunately, there was something to spoil the moment. There was a group of Americans (sorry don't know which state they were from) talking about English people. Little did they know I was sat right by them. They were talking about English soccer players and how most of them are school drop outs and completely illiterate. Basically they have not got 2 brain cells to rub together as they do not have a college degree. To some extent ...
... of the vineyard and learned about the grapes. We also went into the bottling room. This was a organic winery that is old school in their farming methods, bottling, and aging processes. This winery doesnt have any public distribution - you can only buy it at the winery in napa. We had lunch at this winery, outside where the weather was sunny and warm (finally). Our guide told jokes ...