It's a great building. Redwood, lots of light, some unique doors sheathed in copper. Attention to detail. They rent little cabins in the garden for around $150.
For the toast to our first drink, Titsch said, "yaccudda" — pronounced "yakki da." (On Google it comes out as "yachydda.")
We started talking about the Welsh language and Titsch said the longest place name in Europe was a Welsh town, which he recited, much to our delight: "Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch:"
He said the name meant something like "St. Mary's church at the foot of the hill beside a willow tree next to whirling brook and a red cave."
Wikipedia details here.