Lavender - A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and cut us a little slack. I still gave him a tip when we got back, even though he lacked any humour and really didn't have any redeeming features. We arrived back into town at about 5pm. After dropping off a few things at the hotel I walked up to Columbus to see what the queue was looking like at the Hyde & Powell cable car. It wasn't too bad, so I joined the end of the queue and was on my way within about 20 minutes. The whole journey took about 15 minutes up and down ...
Some excursions around San Rafael. We drove to Muir Woods, towering Redwood trees, and to Petaluma, where we spent some time in the garden of the local bus supervisor from San Rafael. We met a dad and his 37 year old daughter who was in a wheelchair, and used a communication device to speak to us. We talked to them for a couple of hours. She was quite an amazing character, had completed 1 degree and was onto her ...
... and even an old turkey who gobbles on command (the trained turkey was supposed to be dinner years ago, but now he seems to be more of a pet). Pat must be a little crazy or just have waaay too much money, because he built a series of ponds as well, put in a lock system so he can ride it up and down, and has a chris craft boat floating in the little pond so he can make lazy circles I guess. Either way, we're jealous. In Napa, we learned from a tour guide the truth in ...
... where Mary had spent the afternoon sipping latte's and getting her nails done. Everyone in town knew her already. Surprised?
After the requisite beer to cool down and dry off, we drove over to San Rafael to visit an old colleague of Mary's from Maryland, Jennie, her husband Jonathan and their daughter Aspen. They live in a great house up in the hills with incredible views of ...
... Sutter Home, Beringer, Charles Krug and many many more favorites. Eventually it was time to climb back on the 101. The road surface was still in excellent condition as the elevation started to change (up, down, up, down, etc.). This is the Mendocino area. It seemed that the rain became harder, then soft again, harder, then soft again. That is when the High School Geography diagram popped into my head - ocean on the left, evaporation adding moisture to the air, ...