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Travel Blogs from Napa
... of flavors is entertainment in itself.
A dim sum lunch at Yank Sing (which makes New York dim sum look like remnants from a dumpster) just a few blocks from the terminal market is deliciously different. Gary thoroughly enjoys each and ...
... to us a folder explaining the sources of the fresh produce and menu. And he invited us to visit the garden the next day.
Our first course was Thomas Keller's signature Oysters and Pearls which is on the menu every night. The rest of the dishes change every day depending on the availability of the fresh produce. Simple salad from the French Laundry vegetable garden but incredibly flavourful. Butter-poached Alaskan King Crab was ...
... Lots of wine to chose from by the glass or flights or bottles you could also buy bottles from them at 10% off since we were eating there.
A great first experience to Napa, everyone here is really friendly!
"Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right."
-- Mark Twain --
... walk in and go "Aaaaaay".
Had one last walk around San Fran looking for a money changer for Julia with good exchange rates but only found ones that were giving 5% less than the market rate. No thanks mate.
Back to hotel, picked up bags, collected car and off we went. Did the tourist thing of driving down Lombard St with all its wiggliness.
After this stuck in really slow bad Labor weekend traffic leading up to ...
... Gate Bridge and the city, it was quite something to witness despite it being a tad chilly. We did two loops round buoys and the team worked really hard. We ended up first across the line and the shotgun blasted just before we came across signaling the end. It was a pretty fun experience; with a guy called Glen being there big rivals finishing third.
We then sailed into towards the marina and had lunch on the boat and a couple of beers. I had a sandwich ...