Hillcrest Bed & Breakfast
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... with Jake in tow. Stops at a pet food bakery, thrift shop, gallery and finally Murphy's Pub, where they proudly advertise, "Budweiser....Don't Even Ask!". Naturally, we ask but settle for a flight of three Irish specials knowing there's a lot of time left for the Napa & Sonoma wines. The heat takes its toll on Jake so we stop to "inspect" a kennel advertising daycare for the travelling dog, and leave him in their ...
... and laughing too much as the guy serving us our tastings was quite obviously off us. We don't care, we were having fun.
Back in the limo for more laughs on the ride back to Napa.
Made up own tasting notes like: hint of Alaskan fishermans armpit. Perhaps not a selling point?
Back at our cottage and it's hot tub time! Well, it is at least for Michelle, Jeff & Nick. Julia & I chose to ingest our hot water and had ...
... wine tours (by bus) seemed to be sky high in Napa and the local shuttle didn't go far enough for us to see everything. We therefore decided to rent bikes, so we could cycle through the town of Calistoga, right next to our camping site. We were happy to find out these bikes actually had brakes this time and Oli even got Mieke so far to wear a helmet.... only after a couple of wines that was! ;-)
We got a little map from the ...
... dozen reinforcements. Eventually 37 Hell's Angels and their girlfriends were hauled off to jail, along with four handguns, eight bullwhips, ten machetes, twelve daggers, and assorted drugs."
Then we drove to a place called The Painted Ladies which is a collection of houses across from Alamo Square. There was no parking here, so Dan drove around the block and I took some pictures. When you went up the hill, ...
... though, as the American-Mexican war broke out only a month later, and California was annexed as part of the USA. You can see a picture of the kids underneath the Bear Flag Monument, which marks Sonoma's moment of revolutionary glory. The bear was what the revolutionaries originally put on their flag, and the flag they fashioned remains the flag of California today. We paid a visit to the Mission San Francisco Solano de Sonoma, a Mexican mission founded in 1823, ...