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Travel Blogs from Glen Ellen
... the future.
Nato, You are the little general of the family. You make decisions based on what you know and
how best they will affect the family.
Like your mother, you never let life take away your spirit to survive despite
circumstances you had no control over. Most of all, thank you for listening to
your dad and giving Dima life.
Jujuna, You were a Godsend to my daughter. You took her in when she first came ...
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So, my parting words, yeah...come and check this region out for yourself BUT...maybe stock up on some great Aussie wines before you get here!
We had planned to drive through Sonoma tomorrow morning and visit some vineyards there before arriving into San Francisco but Mark has just checked their online prices too and we now think we'll give them a miss.
... and our rooms in attic with sloping ceilings,great welcome "Cocktail" at 5pm, wine and cheese. Unpacked and walked down to beach. Very like Scillies, with white granite sand. Walked into town. Had supper in Pine's hotel. Good fun. Walked back in dark as no street lights. Good night. November 1st. Thursday. Up early and had breakfast in coffee bar. Then drove to Monterey. Great difficulty in ...
... We spent all day visiting three different Wineries to taste their produce. The first was one that G and T have visited previously and they are part of their 'Wine Club’ so they were familiar with the product. This was all a new experience for us of course, and I soon realised that tipping most of the samples away rather than ‘glugging’ them was the order of the day or I would NOT last the course. The ...
... to Alaska suggested a winery to visit, so that is where we began our day. We arrived at Sterling Vineyard and took a tram to the top of the mountain where they make and store their wines. We learned that ninety percent of all wine in the US comes from the 800 California vineyards. However, only five percent comes from Napa Valley. I suppose having heard of Napa Valley so much I assumed more of the wine would have been produced there – especially from all ...