Motel 6 Santa Rosa South
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... about the characters, a recreation of the office where he drew them and little videos to watch. It was quirky and fun and something you wouldn't see anywhere else. By the time I'd finished looking around it was time to get back to the hotel and register for the conference. Conference started at 5pm and Dr John Mcdougall introduced it - presenting some very recent research news confirming the benefits of wholefoods plant based eating & other relevant ...
... around and the routes to take to school.
That evening, I found a bicycle online, and went to buy it. It is bright pink so I can't miss it when I park it :)
I went for a long bike ride. Firstly to my college to have a wander round- which took me 2 hours as it is SO big! I then took some time to sit on the grass, in the sunshine, and just take in my surroundings. Sometimes when you are away from your normal habitat, you just have ...
... was quite nice and refreshing. Not too dry. Next we went onto a Rose, which I really did like. I can recommend the 2011 Mourverdre Rose. Next we went on to reds which I thought I probably would not like but was pleasantly surprised. I think we tried about 6 all together. My favourite, which was quite a smooth red was the 2011 Ancient Vines Carignane. It's classed as a medium bodied wine. Maybe I can get this one back home, but it doesn't matter ...
... were pretty tasty.
Across the road there was a deli kind of place which sold handmade chocolates for $70 a pound (wow) so we bought $3 chocolates: a peppermint, a mint one and a champagne one. They were all decorated really pretty and the peppermint was by far the tastiest and was really rich and super green inside. DELICIOUS.
We went back to the motel and packed our bags in readiness to drive back to San Francisco the next day and then enjoyed our sleep on a real bed ...
... as this winery charges higher tasting fees (usually $10-15, whereas here is $20), but it was worth every penny! Keever's Vineyards is a small family operated winery that simply had the best wine of the trip, if not the best wine we've ever had. The son of the owners gave us a personal tour through the facility and explained the entire process to us. He showed us into the caves where the wines were aging in oak barrels (and even ...
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