The Napa Inn
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Please excuse me in the verbiage is incoherent. We have been wine tasting since 11:00 am.
We arrived in Napa from San Francisco about 9:30 am, after an hour drive. We had arranged for the brother-in-law of the events coordinator at Covenant Woods (where my Mom lives in Mechanicsville) to be our guide/chauffeur of wine country. (I will give you the short story.....We gave a presentation at my Mom's retirement community on our Africa trip. The woman who ...
... wine. Ate lunch at a little sidewalk cafe that reminded me of what a cafe might be like in Italy--Basque Boulangerie Cafe. Wandered the streets of Sonoma, stopping in clothing shops, jewelry stores, antique shops, and book stores. Have to be on the look-out for scarves by Michelle Murray-what beautiful works of art! Meagan and Karen picked up less expensive scarves, but beautiful none-the-less. Mark purchased a Rose Bowl Badger ...
... white chocolate too, which was fine. Then a super spicy chili dark chocolate, and a dark chocolate with dried cherries. We had to buy some of the last one just because it was sooooo good.
After tasting 14 different kinds of wine, I was... slightly feeling it. Jonathan was perfectly fine, however, and we drove back to downtown Napa to grab some wine and cheese as a snack at Whole Foods before going to the movie theater to ...
... a section of the upper deck collapsed onto the lower deck and the bridge was closed for a month. They have reconstructed the eastern section as a suspension bridge which only opened in September and is currently the world's widest bridge. We stopped at Treasure Island for a view over the bay to see the San Francisco skyline at sunset before heading to the Nespresso shop for a long awaited coffee.
... the Golden Gate Bridge. As usual when stuck in traffic someone needs to "go" and poor JG was getting rather desperate to pee the poor girl. Then huge queue at ladies loos when we finally found one at the visitors centre (curse you 80 person tour bus!) Finally over the Golden Gate Bridge in the foggggg. My love affair with fog has not abated and the San Fran sea fog with all it's weird middle of the day drifting in and out ...