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... Park, which sits up in some hills on the north end of the valley. It was a little before 11 am when we were all set up, but we decided it wasn't too early to start drinking and set off on the winery trail. First stop: Kool Kat Kaz. Mr. Kaz himself runs a one man show at his small winery just down the hill from the state park. Our guide book said he was only open on the weekend, but we pulled in to take a look anyway. We noticed the door to the ...
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The anchorage was pretty rolly so we decided to go easy on Shelly and had a picnic on shore at a
lovely waterfront park. We spent the rest of the afternoon checking out Sausalito on foot. It turns out they have an excellent ice cream parlor. Later we had a great dinner at the Napa Valley Burger Company in ...
... with a tasting session that even Alex joined in with as he was given a glass of grape juice and we got him a taster pack of cheese. Deb got herself a bottle of Port and some small gifts for her friends back in NZ.
We then drove into a small town called Sonoma which has a town green surrounded by shops and eateries. We did a bit of window shopping then went to a Himalayan restaurant for some lunch. OMG 'twas spicy! The Cheese Factory was also good ...
... late. Once again Gary did really well driving into the middle of SF and it was a great relief when we delivered the car with an additional 6300 miles and not one scratch on it. We caught a cable car back to the wharf then boarded the ferry back to Sausalito. It is such a nice place and overlooks SF over the bay. Lots of boutique shops and not overly priced. We are so looking forward to a bug free night ...
A 7am start today ... best not get used to that! ... and out of the hotel for 9am, we headed out of San Francisco, stopping to take a look at the Palace of Fine Arts which was built as a temporary building for the celebrations of the opening of the Panama Canal. It is the only building that they retained from that expo in 1915 and really is quite a stunning building. It looks like it should be in Rome, not an American city. We drove across the ...