Ledson Hotel & Centre du Vin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in SFO, got there and he had run out so then Andy and I had to choose some others/ such fun! Then into town to do shopping for Becky and Bridget , bit of trouble finding the Nike store but after a burger and beer refuel we found it! Now at the airport waiting for check in to open, hope my bag isn't tooooooooo heavy ...
... nice chaps!). Jenny orders us a taxi and we are set. Our snackette has been the most expensive meal we have had since arriving but well worth it!!! $150 ??????? And now we are back in Jacks (after $40 cab c/o Jenny and not the quoted $75!!!) with mocha stout, whisky and Irish coffees. Dinner is Mac'ds I think and then bed as 0500 start to head off to Yosemite. Nothing to do with the fact I am feeling a tad tiddly!!!! ;) Fabulous Christmas Day so far! :) ...
... bit of math!!! Amazing. Many years ago the Benzinger family sold the name Glen Ellen (the town where this winery sits) for many millions of dollars. After selling the name they began producing a much smaller quantity than before, now only producing their "Select" wines. They decided to put their money in the facility, the cave, and the costs of being a biodiversity business - to pesticides, no chemicals. ...
... was a pretty awesome day and well worth travelling across the extra miles to Belvedere, I was certainly making the most of my money. Once back at the boat, Chris arrived and suggested we take his car up the hills to see the views as it was a really clear evening. We walked to the car park to see a Delorean parked there, things got rather exciting from this point! Chris explained he had two and took me up the hills in it. I felt like we were ...
... the smooth jazz vibe.
Side trivia note: the lead guy/trumpet player was the one that played the trumpet solo in The Godfather III. We don’t exactly remember that solo, but anyway….
So that ended and we walked the 200 meters or so back to our campsite, fired up the pit and caused about a dozen marshmallows to pay the ultimate price for their puffy no-good ...