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... point on the bridge, the walking tourists disappeared and the bridge was slightly downhill allowing an easy ride to the other side. The bridge itself was fantastic and a truly spectacular piece of engineering. Once over, I headed down the hill towards Sausalito. I’d already been briefly with Chris so decided to jump back on the boat straight away to the city so I could get the boat back to Belvedere okay. Once in the giant queue onto the ...
The Sonoma campground was such a great experience that we decided to stay another night if the spot was available. Holly worked her charm and somehow got us another night in the same exact spot…meaning we didn't need to go through the usual vagabond packing routine.
So with the luxury of an entire non-travel day ahead of us, we decided on a relatively benign 1,300 ft, 8 ...
... best known ‘beatniks’, Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, amongst others.
The museum is dedicated to the memory of Jack Kerouac, in particular. It is independently owned and is well put-together. I think the main aim of the museum is to expose the literary works of the writers of the beat generation to the current generation. It was extremely interesting, and their bookshop was extensive, and concentrated on new and used books written by Kerouac ...
... aroma was indeed very steamy. Then you have your treatment and then one goes to the outdoor pools which includes one that plays music under the water. I carried on my day with a yoga class. I was one of two students. The other student doubled my age. It was nice to have another instructor's perspective and enjoy the benefits of yoga especially when on vacation. Dinner was also at the Big ...
... green square. My teeth were giving me jip but I still enjoyed Mrs Andrade's unrivalled guacamole. We then toured the barracks, and visited the Sebastiani winery - which we discovered was owned by a very rich family that owns stakes in real estate, wine, and the dilapidated Sebastiani theatre on the main square. It is a story of rags to riches, with the Sebastiani that came off the boat working himself up from nothing to create one of the states' first wineries. This ...