Cottages on River Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dark glasses, scribbling triple puns in Swahili on scraps of paper he left scattered about the floor where his toddlers were playing. Can you imagine the kids looking up to see dad chuckling to himself when he came up with what he thought was a particularly "good one."
For years Joyce worked on Ulysses, creating a novel spanning a single day in the life of an Irishman. He crammed the story with so many historical and literary allusions ...
... Got talked into going back to the pub in town (2 min walk). And had a good time chatting to a Spurs supporter from London, but lives in SF with his wife (she was there too btw) He said I didn't "look gay" I asked him did he think we all wear pink and drink Appletinis??? Just then the bartender said "try this" and handed me a bright pink drink, which looked like Campari. Tasted vile too. I do love that bartenders always want me to try out their new ...
... white dog was there to greet us as we walked into the tasting room. The room was a standalone building and was little bigger than your average living room. The salesman for the winery was over the top friendly, offering us as many tastes of wine as we would like as well as recommendations for food in the area. We had the place to ourselves until we were getting ready to head out. It was such a pleasant experience, and we left happy with our ...
It is our last night in town. Dave got all the bathroom plumbing in and we have water lift-off… Yahoo!!! Sadly, both showerheads have leaky parts, so we sill need to address that next time, but otherwise I am thrilled! Just enjoyed a lovely dinner of pork roast and potatoes, courtesy of our neighbor Harry. He is a foodie, and we reap the benefits sometimes. Yes, life is very good.
Until next time, be well and happy.
... myself smiling and singing the oldies along with everyone else. This place does that to me.
I met a few of the locals as we stood in line for refreshments and sat together, and found myself welcomed warmly. One sweet gal, I guess about 70ish, told me her name was Raspberry, and she had lived in SF in the 50’s & 60’s, as did a fellow named Lenny, who lived in the Haight. Yep, lots of old hippies and artists. I feel quite comfy among ...