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... to the actual town of Sonoma where we walked around the plaza taking in the scenery. They have some really old buildings from the mid 1800's, including the St. Francis Mission, which is now run as a small museum. The town is also filled with shops, tasting rooms, and of course, a book store, which we unnecessarily browsed. After admiring the buildings and the park in the center of town, we headed back up the hill to our Sugarloaf campground for the ...
... a Croissant (excellent). Though Sausalito is a really beautiful town, there's not a whole lot to do there aside from shopping, eating and biking. I guess there's a really neat beach (Rodeo Beach) on the other side, but we never made it down that way.
After our morning in Sausalito, we ventured back to the touristy stuff of SF. We ...
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We left the Napa Elks RV park in late morning and took the Jeep on a 'test run' to Petaluma CA to see if that road will hook up with the 101 for our continued journey on North AND to see if it was 'doable' in the motorhomes. It was, although it will be fairly heavy with traffic and various stop lights (duh, its California), but we will travel through ...
... was very hot in the valley so being up stairs made it very hot. We had some air conditioning but not enough to cool things down. The manager didn't live on sight so we were left to fend for ourselves along with 6 other couples. However to be fair the owner did leave some wine and sherry to help ourselves to and his wife is a chef so our breakfast was amazing. We were also infested with bugs and between ...
... make church wine. The current owner took over from his father in 2000 and switched the production to exclusive wines produced only by the vineyard, instead of a more generic Californian wine. The regions here work pretty much like the appellations in France, with wine labelled from one of the designated wine producing regions and estate-defined requiring 95% of the grapes to e from that winery and region. We tasted a C******nay, Pinot Noir, ...