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Comment from: yard landscapes [Visitor]
Have you considered adding some differing opinions to your article? I think it might enhance my understanding.
2011-01-01 @ 17:54
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2011-01-08 @ 12:41
Sushi Totoro is wonderful! My boyfriend and my favorite place for sushi.
2011-01-11 @ 17:33
[...] 5) Is your PDA coming between you and your lover? My top-favorite escape on the entire California Coast (and I wrote the book on it), Mar Vista Cottages ($$$) has ten, vintage-1940s hideaway cottages on ten acres of land on the inland side of Hwy 1, 35 miles south of the village of Mendocinoand its entirely out of cell-phone range. You'll find only the things you need and nothing you don't. Beds have top-of-the-line mattresses and feather-light duvets with high-thread-count sheets; bathrooms have thick cotton towels and handmade oatmeal soap, but no little bottles of shampoo cluttering the vanity (b.y.o.). There's an old-fashioned kitchen, a couple of overstuffed chairs with homemade slipcovers, a collapsible painted-wood dining table, and a fireplace. That's it. No phones, no TVs. In the morning, the owners deliver freshly laid eggs to your room; take your morning coffee to the organic grazing gardenwhich guests are expected to feed themselves fromand snip fresh herbs for your omelet. I can't say enough about this little Shangri-La, and I hate to give away the secret, but it's just too good not to share. Leave your high heels at home. To find hidden beaches to stroll hand-in-hand at sunset, read our Sonoma-Mendocino Coast guide. [...]
2011-01-11 @ 17:35

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