Hidden Oak Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... navigated well as we drove through the hills and valleys of the vineyards, choosing some ambitious roads for Dave to drive on. We are not sure what they thought in the back! We found a great Italian America restaurant for dinner called Mary's and the food came with great service. We began talking to the waitress and were shocked when she said health insurance for herself, her husband and daughter was over $900 a month and she still had to pay $5000 for ...
Fifty minutes later we had crossed the 1.2 mile Golden Gate bridge with many, many photo stops along the way.
... was because of the gold they had found here, but it is the dried out grass on all the hills that turns golden brown in the late summer that gives the state its nickname.
We had to get off I-5 to get to our campground for the night. It seems we had forgotten our new discovery of parking near I-5 and driving in the car over the hills. Anyway, we drove for 2 hours, up, down and around windy hills, sharp switchbacks with ...
... and the Doc for a few minutes. It was a seriously cool car and we got a lot of attention with people taking photos and waving a lot. Really surreal!
We managed to get to the top of the bay hills and the view was amazing. I got some great pictures of the bay and Golden Gate bridge and of course of the Delorean. We then headed via the long route back to Sausalito and had a coffee. We had a nice chat then headed home to the boat after a long ...
... nights of the trip: a windless night in the low 70’s with an almost full moon and a perfect fire. Just now, Holly came back from the bathroom to report an encounter with a fox (she says he had a tail and bounced just like Pepe Le Pew, but clearly wasn't a skunk) in the field just in front of our site, and also being startled by a deer also in the field (about a dozen wandering around). It’s those little things which add the real color to the journey.