Cottages at Little River Cove
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... not what wins prizes."
He tells us also that the "2011 Pinot Noir is feminine-- having been grown in mushroom soil. While the 2012 Pinot Noir is masculine-- having been grown in granite soils."
Yeah, well, maybe that's all true. Both just taste like Pinot Noir to me....
We buy two bottles of Pinot Gris (which we liked the best although it apparently didn't win any prizes). We take a couple pictures of ...
... were the lost souls in the streets and public transport-a lot of crazy, drugged people.
We were pleased to head North and take the coast road. It’s quite cold, windswept, sparsely populated and very West Coast NZ-like.
All is going well here…as long as we can keep Al away from those donut holes! Walking 6 miles to a pygmy forest yesterday did help to compensate.
Day 14, Our visit with Louis was so enjoyable, but with the next day, came with the anticipation of being near our half-way destination of Eugene, OR – Kathy and Shawn’s home, and our pre-family reunion time there before the families start dribbling in, one-by-on. We left San Francisco with another recommendation to take the scenic route and so we did.
We were quickly into Wine Country and the scenery changed from the ...
... we had just missed out because it closed 45 minutes before we got there. We decided to head out on the road after that and our route took us over the Golden Gate Bridge which was very cool. A few extra things we learned about San Francisco on this trip:
- They are known for their sour dough bread about as much as they are known for cable cars and the Golden Gate Bridge
- The best time to come is actually September/October when they ...
... home, put it in a drawer and then throw it away in 10 years. They probably won’t even recycle it,” I exclaimed. I walked down to one of the coves. Now that I was closer, I could see that most of the beach was covered with smooth pieces of white glass. I scooped up a handful. There were a couple of brown pieces and some tiny turquoise slivers.
“They should have more signs reminding people that they can’t take things from state ...