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... found our way over to Lombard Street which is famous for it's very steep and very winding road. It's hard to believe that people actually live on that street. Their garages and parking spaces were on crazy slopes and big enough for a really small car. I have to admit it was a fun thing to do though.
After leaving Lombard Street we made our way over to Fisherman's Wharf. What a fun place! It's right on the bay and has a little bit of everything. ...
We couldn't help ourselves - we bought 6 delicious wines.
The gardens are really lovely here and maintained by our new friend 'Moon Glow' - a lovely American Indian of the Wintun tribe. Who was quite a character but very fun he suggested our next winery which was the Sterling Vineyard, formerly owned by an Englishman called Peter Newton, so off we headed.
The Sterling Vineyard is ...
... out she was 28. After seeing this the old barman says to her, "lots of Asian girls are happy to marry older men".
Michelle to the girl: " I think you just got a marriage proposal".
All of us thinking in our heads, "erm yeah in Asia where the only way out of poverty is to marry some rich old dude". Ewwww, and he probably has no idea how sleazy he sounded!
... back the car to Gary who will take over the rest of the trip into SF tomorrow. Tonight we will endeavour to pack our bags as we will be cleaning out the car and leaving our luggage in Sausalito before taking the car into town. We will spend the afternoon in SF before getting the ferry back. Honestly I think Gary has bought more stuff than me, which is totally not like him. I have had some trouble posting yesterday's news so unless I can get it to go tonight there may be a gap in our ...
... taking winery. Situated just across from Artesa, we realized we'd seen it already from Artesa. This one had another marvelous patio overlooking the vineyard and the valley below. We perused the gift shop and we stumbled upon a book of the most notable wineries in Napa. We leafed through it to see if we'd picked well today, and were delighted to find two of the wineries we'd visited in that book. But there was also another winery that may have well ...