Hillview Country Inn
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... Venezuelan street food for dessert. We observed. We enjoyed and then we crossed the bridge and made the journey to Napa Valley.
It is beautiful here. Driving past the vineyards tonight on the way to dinner I felt deeply peaceful. And deeply grateful for this next chapter of our adventure.
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... some of the grape growing blocks.
The wedding went well. The ceremony was in the wine cave, which was built underground into the hill like a cellar room.
The brides maids entered the hall dancing to a Sri-Lankan Baila music and the grooms did a Latin number. The El Salvadorians (groom's family) put on a good show of their dancing skills.
... wanted. What the pony was doing in the lobby of the winery, we had absolutely no clue.
Then, we were handed a random free glass of champagne and headed upstairs. The guy at the front desk changed his mannerisms and was suddenly very friendly, telling us how the chef was gone but they had one cheese board left and that we were lucky that we could get it. Uh, okay, sure.
Upstairs, the wine bar was completely empty. Except for one small group in the corner, ...
... who are very funny and entertaining. Beside the dogs are the most annoying animals known to man; geese. They squawk like they're being eaten alive all the time, rather overshadowing their duck buddies.
Finally there is a box of 12 baby chicks in the barn, who just learnt to use their wings and are happily flapping about, and 2 more female turkeys in separate pens. Tessa is rather timid and stupidly malting in the coldest weather they've ever had here, and ...
... s 40th!)
So, Sunday, we drove a little and you’ll see photos of the beach and some surfers. We also ate at a recommended brunch place, Wagon Wheel, where they are famous for oatmeal pancakes and eggs benedict. Very good and very filling. Not exactly diet friendly, but very good.
We also, visited another winery, as if we didn’t have enough. We had a Talbott Logan Pinot Noir at Taste with Wayne ...