Silverado Resort And Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... just outside the park. The next day we arrived at an extremely parched Yosemite. Rivers were dry, lakes were puddles and waterfalls were reduced to mere trickles. The main reason for this is that California is in a record breaking drought at the moment which has subsequently caused wildfires in the Yosemite launching clouds of smoke into the parks valleys and mountains. This did therefore make for a slightly underwhelming impression of the park, however it ...
Went and explored and organic substance style of winery today called berzinger, had amazing tour where we got a tractor ride !!!! And saw how they made their wine before heading to their sister winery called imagery which was more artsy then we had seen so far, went to one last final winery called chateau st jean, before heading to Russian river for the evening at a koa campground ...
... because Zach is so ridiculously clumsy and dappy that he was an endless stream of tipsy comedy moments. We played an epic game of 4 way Pente which took us to midnight when there was more champagne, and then we all fell asleep within half an hour.
Now we're on our last 4 days here before we head to the vineyard down the road, so we're hoping to visit Jim's winery tomorrow and Ron has promised Daniel he can try shooting a pistol!
... s husband. Okay, so we had a running joke that day. Since I noted in an earlier blog that Vincent was our niece’s husband (and, thank you, Vincent, for reminding me), we kept referring to each other in terms of our relationships with others. Thus, the reference to my sister-in-law’s son-in-law, Vincent, aka Staci’s husband. It was a really fun day filled with wine, wine, wine, food, food, and food! Although the day ...
... job in order to get what we needed for the layover in Taiwan. After passing through security, we enjoyed a leisurely couple of hours before our flight departed.
We booked the initial leg on EVA Air, which is the Taiwanese national airline. As we were waiting at the gate, we noticed that the crew had assembled; in addition to the flight staff, there were a dozen cabin attendants, a big jump up from what we are used to on, say, Southwest Air. The kids ...