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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa
... lunch, (amazing omelet house and first cup of tea since Whistler!) and headed down to Sonoma.
Sonoma is a really nice, a slightly posh town and no homeless. Unfortunately America has a high population of homeless people but in Sonoma there were none. It was very family based and seemed like the perfect place to live! We drove around for some petrol and then headed to the first Vineyard of choice, Lendon.
Lendon is ...
... br> Well owner transfer?
Possible satellite services?
Phone, Internet, tv?
Any mineral rights to transfer?
Similar homes in areas asking price and what % lower?
is there any easements on the land?
Geological report, or soil test on land
Still have home appraised, cost about a couple hundred dollars, if there is any doubt about home value
... to the Wax Museum to see our favorite icons. Then we headed home and took the scenic route so we get to see the view of Monterey Bay and Pacific Coast Highway. It was Spring so the fields were lush and green. It was so pretty. And that concludes our trip to Safari West!
I realized I didn't take enough pictures of the animals but I caught most of them on video. To see the video, go to the link: http://youtu.be/-4A_t8GprZM
Didn't have a ton of time in Napa, but it was enough considering how much we're packing into this trip.
Stopped at Silverado, which was beautiful as always. Don't think I learned last time that the winery is owned by Michael Eisner's daughter, who's married to an ex-pro football player who played for LA Rams and was knocked out by someone really famous (can't remember the name). Just an interesting ...
I was looking for an excuse to see Spain during my next big adventure and had found myself going hog wild again. I'd run across a passing reference of Celtic migration patterns where the earliest Celts had migrated from Gaul, south to Spain and then along the coast of the Mediterranean all the way to Galatia in Turkey. I'd wondered if the trail of the Celts was a familiar route as the Apostle Paul also ...