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... efficiently. A tantalizing feast of incredibly healthy, delicious food, lining up at this buffet and smelling and seeing the food while in line... mmmm it was just divine, couldn't even begin to taste everything. One of the speakers new to me was a cardiologist from Texas - very entertaining & informative talk & I bought his book, he signed it and we chatted for a few minutes. Also got to chat to Caldwell Esselstyn's wife, Anne, really down to ...
... there and it is just waiting to be seen.
I made the most of every minute I spent in Santa Rosa, and it was a beautiful and natural city. It was relaxing, mountainous, and the sun shone every day. However..
Life for me is about challenges, and meeting new people whatever language they speak. I guess that was what was missing for me, and the fact I didn't really meet any other travel minded ...
... Valley area and took in the picturesque scenery and forests. I stopped on the side of the road at one point where I saw all of the crops laid out and after taking some pictures I realised that there were huge purple grapes hanging from the trees and the fact it was just on the roadside was even better. These pictures were some of the best pictures I have ever taken.
The next day, I drove to Bodega and Bodega Bay which was one of the places I ...
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We began our 10 Day Live In Program in Santa Rosa Saturday. We were excited and a bit anxious to meet Dr. McDougall and his staff along with our fellow participants.
We are staying at the Flamingo Resort and Conference Center in Santa Rosa. The hotel was built in the 50s but has been refurbished. ...
... a somewhat contrived area of preserved and conserved 18th century buildings. But the history is very interesting and many fortunes were made when the gold rush started here in 1848. The city has a relaxed and pleasant feel and we mooch about happily in trendy mid-town in small awe of a street system that has letters for west to east and numbers north to south. Who wouldn't want to meet up at, say, 13th and N? There is baseball frenzy everywhere as the Bears ...