The Hotel Leger
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... booming economy in 2001. While that history lesson may have made your eyes glaze over, here is a quick and interesting summary of the dollar/peso exchange situation, and another pessimistic view of the economy. Oddly, the largest currency note printed in Argentina is the 100 peso bill. The government fears that larger bills would be an admission of ...
Day two of the road trip. We dine on our host's fresh eggs before setting off the the cavern. There is something wonderful about fresh eggs. The yolks stand up tall and are such a bright dense yellow not to mention rich and creamy.
Stoked up up we hit the road. Black Chasm Caverns are a 40 minute trip from Fiddletown. We climb into the foothills of the Sierras and enjoy the changing environment from the rolling golden hills to ...
... us. Dave hung out with us while we lunched on the patio and gave us the lay of the his beautiful property. Horses, ducks, chickens, lambs and wine. They gifted us fresh eggs and a bottle of their Dark Horse Primativo.
After settling in to our cottage we wondered around the property and enjoyed the freshness of being in clean air. We visited with the horses ...
... Gerry road his bike most every day. Maggie and I did a lot of walking. The mornings were cool, but temps reached into the nineties by noon. So on with the a/c in the motor coach until the sun went down. I went to the seafood buffet one night and had all the crab legs and whole lobster you could eat. ...
... to go on the public bus service called Yart, as the stop was right outside the hotel, and took us up to the shuttle buses at the entrance to Yosemite NP
This meant getting our acts together as the bus let at 8.15am.
It collected other passengers along the way, so we saw different scenes at each stop, from motor camps to little towns that looked like a horse drawn buggy would fit the picture better,as ...