Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... while it was greeted by the enlightened as the greatest novel of the 20th Century, most readers . . . you remember them; the ones who actually try to read the damn thing . . . find it incomprehensible.
Even as an adult, Joyce was so frightened, so terrified, so thunderstruck by . . . uhhhhh . . . well . . .thunder, that he skipped "kaboom" and "kablammy" and opted instead for a 100 letter word to describe it:
... materials employing the same methods that were used over 700 years ago. It has been furnished with genuine mediaeval antiques. It even has a moat, a drawbridge, defensive ramparts, a chapel, a dungeon and a torture chamber! It is also a fully functioning vineyard with magnificent vaulted wine cellars. Castello di Amorosa produces small lots of good quality wines. We went on a tour of the castle which was fun all round. We then had a wine tasting, ...
... and settled in the county from the late 16th to mid 19th century, seeking timber, fur, and farmland as their primary source of income. Having navigated my way around it was time to fire up the big Chevy and see a little more of the region. Unbeknownst to me the GPS with a mind of its own directed the SUV to a lovely little place called the Adobe Creek Golf Club. As a mere chauffeur who was I to stand in the way of GPS technology? The only issue was ...
... gone and done it!
I then had a little walk around the street dipping in and out of shops and picked up a few postcards. I saw a group of protestors at one point called 'Grandmothers against the war’ flyering about. I then went into the Westfield and browsed about, including Abercrombie and Fitch. They were seriously understaffed and there wasn’t even the classic topless guy on the door. I thought they’d go all out in America. I ...
... no cable TV. The entire park is gravel; no grass, no dirt, so its not that nice a spot for the furry ones. The best we could do with over the air TV was the reception of 4 hispanic stations, none of which were broadcast in English. We watched shows that had been recorded on the DVD until we went to bed.
Tomorrow is another day. Hopefully the drive tomorrow will be less stressful. I'm getting too old and too grouchy to handle another travel day like that.