St. George Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a day or two south of Buenos Aires. Rain is always possible in the Falklands and the wind in the lower latitudes could make today's winds at home seem like pleasant breezes. Mariana and I are wondering how we'll fit the necessary clothing for two different climates into our relatively small suitcases. Layering is a must.
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... We lucked out and ended up in Volcano which was minutes away from the cavern.
Monday in Volcano in October was closed up tight. The restaurant I picked was deserted. I found a local worker who directed me to the market and bakery. We chose the bakery. It smelled great and felt cozy compared to the store which was cold and dark and felt very much like how it did in the 1800's. The bakery sandwiches were made on the ...
... mushroom cigars made with crimini, shiitake, oysters mushrooms and goat cheese wrapped phyllo. Amazing. The roasted pear with fig jam, pistachio dukkah and mascarpone mousse, was to die for. But wait there's more. The Grimaud farms duck was Duck confit, caramelized fennel tart, cherry gastrique and fennel pollen crusted duck breast. Delightful. You just have to try them for yourself. ...
We have been here a week. We met up with good friends Ken & Chris Kaleta here for the week. It was such a nice resort. We swam in the pool, played ping pong, ate a lot and did some gambling. We did a few day trips to Amador City and Sutter Creek. Lots of wineries in this area, so we did some wine tasting ...
... of them have names - humans only give names to things they feel emotional about. Pets, ships, stars, cars, and bloody enormous trees too. There was some sadness - a few sequoias have been killed by the thoughtless actions of a few humans. The Mother of the Forest tree was killed in the 1850's when all of her bark was removed to transport first to New York, then to London for an exhibition. Her inner trunk is still standing but she ...