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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I couldn't ask any more) from Bogotá in Colombia.
Unfortunately they spoke very little English, so couldn't follow Travis' wine educational notes, and due to medical reasons did not drink; which was a little different.
However, they were very sweet; they were on a trip celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary, he looked nothing like his 75 years, and she at 47 was a trifle younger. While we tasted the wines at the wineries, they disappeared off ...
... which means one has to keep a good look out.
There was one large pickup toodling along in the outside lane and refusing to budge, so the one in front of us undertook him.... which immediately caused an incident.
The pick up then roared to life and drove right up to him in a great cloud of black smoke and road rage, drawing alongside him to give him bother. The one who had tried to overtake backed off for a few minutes, but the whole scenario was repeated ...
... dinner with some performances by people who ride while performing various gymnastic moves and others singing. The past dinners included silent auctions and raffles. This one only had an auction with trips being auctioned off. Otherwise, we were encouraged to donate, which we were happy to do.
On Sun there was a lunch along with the horse show. Lunch was a buffet with unlimited wines with ...
... seen. They have all kinds of activities going on cause it's the weekend. So we are hopeful that Monday will quiet down. In the meantime, Ron has his first game tomorrow morning at 6....yep, 6am....way too early...and so I won't be attending that first game. He is planning on leaving around 5am. Petaluma is about 16 miles south of Santa Rosa and that is where the tournament is...at the Snoopy Home Ice Arena...here is a link... https://www.snoopyshomeice.com/hockey-s ...
... Then we visited the Castello di Amorosa, a magnificent Tuscan stone winery containing all the elements of a medieval castle including 107 rooms, 4 underground stone cellars, towers, ramparts, drawbridge, stables, church, courtyards, and escape tunnels that make it a most remarkable winery -- it even had a resident peacock. From there we went to Beringer Vineyards, the oldest continuously operating winery built on more than 130 years of ...