Inn at Occidental
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be able to look up Paul David. I would know him though. Well Doris, how are the political aspects this year? Is Dewey causing too much trouble? I hope not. Being over here has changed my views on a lot of subjects. I can't discuss them in a letter though, because of censorship rules. When I get home, I will have plenty to say.
Well, I must close. It was sure swell hearing from you. Please tell Pal (his dog) "hello" for me. I know he ...
... the car. We were greeted noisily by Rusty, a large Labrador, Lucy, a lively Labrador puppy who were joined after a while by the slightly more placid Molly. After checking in to our cottage we headed straight back down the valley to get some food at Rutherford Grill. An unexpected treat - we had a great meal, fantastic food, good beer and the boys got to watch a but of baseball.
We fell into bed a bit late considering alarms were set for 4.30am the next ...
... in conjunction with the precision-like driving skills of Herr Vettel I was all set to guide our Chevy SUV with distinguished passenger on board in the direction of the largest of California's viticultural regions. The DoP&C for DV&WP (and bar) set off from sunny Larkspur Thursday morning heading North along the 101 on the 40 minute drive to Sonoma County with our destination being the MacRostie Winery. Throttling down from warp speed my ...
... br> Then a stop at Muir Woods.
Despite the relatively short time there, it was one of the highlights of the trip thus far. Lots of superlatives have been used in our trip narratives, and no sense in adding any here other than to say it was a borderline spiritual experience. No camping allowed in the park, unfortunately -- but did get some good tips on available sites up Hwy 1. So off we went.
Alas, we found that our ...
... ride was amazing, and even though Patrick was on a mountain bike, he trucked along and kept up with us road bikers. After biking almost exactly 10 miles, we coasted down a hill and came around a corner to find Lisa parked and waiting with a video camera. She caught our arrival on camera and then we explored the restaurant she had parked in front of. It was right on the water and had a little pier that ended with a ...