Cedar Gables Inn
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... nearby. We started with a few tasters (from white to red) and ended up buying a gorgeous bottle of port for $38. Expensive? You haven't tried it! Next up, it was lunch. We were taken to Sonoma town where we could choose somewhere to eat and then explore the square. We ended up at the Swiss Hotel for some pizza and salad, then grabbed some delicious grand marniere and chocolate ice cream! We also may have indulged in a glass of wine with our meal... ...
... finally did, they let on all the pedestrian passengers and only about 40 passengers with bikes. One guy tried to sneak through with his bike but got booed by everyone else in line. He turned around and gave the crowd the finger! It was quite funny.
After our ferry sailed without us, we decided it was better to ride back over the bridge than wait another 90 minutes in the freezing cold for the next ferry. By the time we got back to the bridge, the crowds ...
... half hour out of town at Cindy Pawlcyn’s restaurant 'The Backstreet Kitchen’– she is a cookbook author – we had the upstairs private function room and had lots of good food, drinks and fun.
There were also black swans in a separate pool at the Embassy Suites - reason being they fight - sounds like kids - I had a photo organised but seems I have deleted ...
... commented that it was a good thing we did not get a limo. It would never have made it up our mountain with its steep inclines and switchbacks.)
We tasted an assortment of luscious California Napa Valley wines ...
... along the way and for photo opps.
Our route took us along the waterfront through Fort Mason and on to the shore path where there was a pier out to sea. We stopped here for a few minutes and strolled out to see people fishing for crabs and to spot the seals. San Fransisco has a resident seal colony that has been here for at least 50 years. Various attempts have been made to drive them away but to ...