White House Inn & Spa
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- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... using Korean funds. It supposedly faces a similar Buddha statue that is situated directly across the valley at the Gandan Monastery that we will visit tomorrow. In this same region of the city we ascended a mountain (a mountain by Mongolian standards, but it wouldn't even register on the Nepalese altimeter!) to view the Zaisan Memorial which commemorates the important link forged between the USSR and Russia - supposedly the USSR provided the military power needed ...
... rich green lawn and cultivated flower beds of purple, yellow, orange.
We stand on the huge deck overlooking the Napa Valley. In the distance we see the town of Napa and the Napa River glinting in bright sunlight and off in a hazy distance rises a ...
... the class and see The Lego Movie.
It was great, especially because JTill and I snuck in with a block of cheese and a flask of wine to see the movie. I regret nothing.
We came out of the movie singing the very addicting theme song and chilled out for a while at the house. Once we were hungry again, we went to a local bar and grill for dinner downtown and then came back home. I was ready to sleep after such a day of excitement.
... and long-time friend Joe Antonini, former CEO of Kmart (which had sponsored Andretti's racing team) purchased the 53-acre vineyard and winery and built a Tuscan-themed winery, tasting room, and guesthouse.
On our way back we were lucky enough to see the sunset over the Golden Gate Bridge. Our route took us over the Oakland Bay Bridge which has 18 toll lanes During the ...
... 500 top jazz artists perform throughout the weekend on 8 stages spread throughout the grounds. About 40,000 were in attendance. We sat in the open air arena at the fairgrounds, a bit back, and first listened to the Wayne Shorter Quartet. Guess I am not a pure jazz fan. Out of the 6-7 pieces he and his quartet played, I might have liked one. The music was a little discordant and strident. While others seemed to be enjoying it with their ...