Hidden Oak Inn
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... pics, ) much more than halfway. Again, as on the road, winding switchbacks, loud people behind and in general avoid these. Stick to the off the beaten path. From there we went south west on 140 to Mariposa and Merced. Then up 99 to 12 to get to Sonoma valley. We had a nice room at the Best Western there last night and are meeting Jies friend and son here, then i am driving all of us to Sunnydale near Cupertino tonight for our last night. Today we wander Sonoma a ...
... arrived in Sausalito hungry and thirsty! Not many places open on Christmas Day as clearly people wanting a day off! We saw Salito's crab house and prime rib was open and thought why not! Dawnie was refusing to walk any further anyway! After quite a wait we were told no room at the inn. We pleaded for a drink and the maître d took pity and showed us to the bar and a couple of newly vacated bar stools. We pushed away the plates and glasses as space at the ...
... first to the Buena Vista Winery which is the oldest winery. It was first owned by a Count from Germany in the 1800's and now by a Frenchman who bought the winery in 2000. The buildings are stone and gorgeous. We tasted 5 wines here and enjoyed the grounds.
We then headed up to Benzinger Family Winery. As Marianne had told us, the tour was fabulous, and she was right. They take you through the ...
... realised that I could just cycle to Belvedere and return the bike the next day, as it was a 24 hour rental.
So I managed to park the bike before talking to another Irish guy about where to park it. I headed to a burger joint that people where queuing out the door for the last time I arrived. I took it to the park and watched the boats go by, and yes it was really tasty. I then jumped on my bike and cycled towards Belvedere along the ...
... in and out of shade on a perfect 80 degree day.
The perfect precursor to a late afternoon nap, although while sleeping the site next to us was invaded by a family and their munchkins, the latter of whom decided the big boulder in our campsite was the funnest thing in the world to play on. And then other munchkins from other campsites came to join in the fun (Holly called ...