Hampton Inn Ukiah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... some of the largest petrified trees around. It is quite amazing what lava can do to the substances it entombs. From there it was onward to the coast again with an overnight stop in Ukiah. To be honest there's not a lot going on in Ukiah and the headlines of the newspapers report shootings and prostitution issues so I don't think we'll be venturing out to far tonight. Here's to an early night and back to the coast tomorrow. Until then, Bec ...
... in the mid 1980s, one of the first vineyards in this valley. The Barn is the winery and the tasting room and upstairs is a luxury suite that sleeps four. We wish the WWOOFers could sleep there, and I think they did once, but we sleep a short walk up the driveway in the main house. They want to expand their reputation and capacity as a destination, but it will take some work.
OK I'm out to catch the sunset. I write about today later tonight. ;)
... friends were here to meet us. One of them, Mary Anne lives right next door on a beautiful piece of land with a number of guesthouses. She generously offered us one of the guesthouses during our stay here. It is amazing and we feel so grateful to be here before we depart. ...
... everything from a cerveza opener to a tomahawk. THE DAN TIEN - A camp stove and butane canister to keep the fire a-burnin'. THE LEGS - My AAA Mexico Map and Guide Book to get me where I'm going. - And finally, my brand new cross-training/hiking/kick-ass-travel shoes. As you can see in the picture, all of the above was laid out on the brand new carpet of my bedroom. Either my parents are ...
... dinner. Dinner was awesome. We went to the very popular Slanted Door restaurant at the Ferry Building. It's Vietnamese-French and was wonderful! Afterwards, we had a couple of Irish coffees at the Buena Vista before going back to our first stop in San Francisco, Johnny Foley's Irish pub. Todd tried their single malt Irish whisky, Calnamara (sp?) or something like that. He liked it. A lot. A nice end to the SF leg of our ...