Magliulo'S Rose Garden Inn
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Up to Santa Rosa then over to Sonoma. Had a late brunch in Sonoma and wandered through the historic barracks then onto the cheese company! Sonoma really pretty and less crowded than the Napa so definitely need to come back here for longer next time. Back to San Francisco to try and get sexual chocolate wine as only ...
... atmosphere and a guy also came over to us to point out his great grandfather who had been captured for posterity in one of the photos on the wall behind us, he had been a player for the SF Seals baseball team in 1938.
More than anything we will take the friendliness of the people of SF, it is a great city - unpretentious, easy to get around and full of history - from Alcatraz to the gold rush. We love ...
... a tractor pulling a cart and we learn all about Biodiversity in wine making and growing of the grapes. We even get to taste the purple grapes that were just harvested that morning. We are then shown the process of how they crush the grapes (sorry Lucille Ball, no stomping in bare feet) and then we enter the wine cave that houses from 3,000 to 4,000 barrels (not kegs) and each barrel produces 300 bottles - oh ...
I woke up a tad hungover as there was no drinking water in the bnb room. I had a shower, grabbed my stuff and then left the bnb. I grabbed a 'continental breakfast' at a café round the corner from the bnb which was run by a French guy. I don’t think it was worth 12 dollars for what I got, but the fruit salad and orange was good at removing the hangover. A really camp black guy came into the store at some point and sat near me moaning about ...
... trip hike to the top of Bald Mountain located there in the park. It didn’t start out so great – up a steep paved road in the direct sunshine -- but the view and the lunch at the top were perfect, with views overlooking both the Sonoma Valley to the west and the Napa Valley to the east. And then the trip down was also perfect….up and down (mostly down) over ...
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