CordeValle, A Rosewood Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCordeValle, A Rosewood Resort San Martin
The exclusivity of this place is the ideal sanctuary for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle from city life. Our guest room was nestled in over 1,700 acres of land in a room category that they refer to as Bungalows. The resort also offers Fairway guest rooms(slightly smaller than the Bungalows), Villa Suites as well as Fairway Homes for those looking for more square footage and extra amenities.
Cordevalle is a relatively small resort with less than 45 rooms and suites, however every room on property looks to have a spectacular view of the rolling Santa Cruz mountains and of the meticulously groomed golf course. In addition to the golf course there is an 85 acre winery and vineyard that adds a touch of understated elegance and leisure. As you sit and daydream on the furnished balcony you'll come to realize how quiet and pristine a single moment can become from the simple pleasure of taking a moment at a time.
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... stood screaming at this red mental bridge. What an awesome day. After we'd seen the bridge a cargo ship came in. We had told Lydia and Rowan that our furniture will be heading under the Golden Gate Bridge to dock in Oakland. They (as are we) desperate for our things to arrive. "Give us our beds", "Give me my Playmobil and toys", "We want our things" the children started running across the beach shouting at this massive ship. Bless them. 4 weeks ...
... I know when I leave, I will be taking with me the weight of missing so many wonderful individuals who have changed me, my life, the way I think, the things I see, and the trajectory for who I'm going to be as an adult. But I do not think that I can say the same.
I have to to ask myself: Is there a real possibility that in the continuous and often distracting flow of life moving on, will I be left behind? Am I leaving to be forgotten?
Just some thoughts.
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