Hotel La Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
Once the wrap-up was finished, Lily and I went back to our tent. We got our suitcases and wheeled them to the office, where we checked out and returned our flashlight. Then we went to the gift shop next door. Lily chose a plush cheetah as her souvenir of her safari program. We rolled our bags to the car and headed for San Francisco again. We left just after 10:30 and were home around noon. It was good to be back in the City, but we did have a lovely time.
... en temps pour explorer à sa guise, et mon dos non plus.
We are using our time in San Francisco to fulfill some lifelong dreams of mine, one of them involving travel to Santa Rosa, a sleepy suburb some 80 km north of San Francisco. And all for Peanuts! The town had among its most famous residents none other than Charles M. Schulz, creator of Snoopy, whose adventures I read and listened to hundreds of times as a kid (that was way ...
... the new plants they developed. Burbank was granted 16 posthumous plant patents. I took way too many genetics classes as a botany and plant pathology major. Burbank was one of my heros. He was the Monsanto of the day and we have him to thank for many of the bounties we enjoy today. People fear what they don't understand. Just remember we need to feed people and plant genetics are the answer.
Gaius Plinius Secundus, better known ...
... amber beer, and excellent visiting. We'll be back downtown to do more exploring as this area follows the Napa River and businesses have taken advantage of that in their landscaping. Matt & Danica are both doing well EXCEPT the area is expecting a STRIKE on the BART commuter train AND bus system and since both Danica and Matt rely on those for transportation to their jobs---it could be bad. Matt's commute is one hour one way and Danica's ...