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... area where we ordered lunch. Matt and Harlan enjoyed the pizzas, Danica's shrimp looked delicious and my Italian sausage was tasty on Ciabetta bread. We enjoyed a bottle of their house wine with lunch and had a great time people watching. Instead of wine testing there we returned to our original plan to visit Sterling Vineyards where you ride an aerial tram to the winery on a hilltop overlooking the valley.
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... and then set off in our car to explore the area.
We had an excellent day; visiting a hot spring geyser that erupts every 10 minutes, and then going on a tour of a winery that operates out of a spectacular castle that has been built by the Italian owner. We bought three bottles of wine as a result of the wine tasting, and settled in for the evening with cheese, wine, biscuits and TV. What more could we ask ...
... a wine-making region in France - it was a CASTLE!!!! There was a castle in Napa and we hadn't visited it???? Such an oversight would not happen on our watch, and so Castello Di Amoroso is going to be our first stop tomorrow. I mean, we have to, right?
I am so happy that our day in Napa turned out so great - the dicey start had me worried for a while! But now, with a belly full of Napa wine, I am tired. And it's time to take a napa.
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At the same time, across the street, 715 Ashbury (at bottom) was the headquarters of the San Francisco Hell's Angels chapter. A number of incidents took place here, the most notorious was in 1969 when Cassel Brenner, a young man living two doors down from the Angels had his car demolished by the motorcycle gang using chains and tire irons. Two responding policemen were also injured and had to call ...
... and North Star resort is a really nice place to stay. Hope to go back again. Brian is way into the down hill now so I'm sure we'll make it back. This summer was good to both Brian and I. We would like to thank our family and friends for being so supportive in a time when we really needed it. When life throws you a curve ball, hit it out of the park. Or better yet in the words of my wise sister "oh whatever Terri, suck it up!" Thanks again and much love. Let's go ...