The Raford Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... country which has been quite a trip. We went to a bunch of very nice wineries and has dinner in healdsburg which was delightful. Everything since we got to California has been picture perfect. I have been looking forward to this part of the trip all along. Tomorrow we do ...
... are usually reserved way ahead of time, 4 for $125. This includes a "complimentary tasting", which is free anyway. You can purchase a $20 spot, but that's on "the grassy hill", not really worth it. It's wines were pretty bad, but fun to see some movie memorabilia. Time for some snacks and relaxation, then off to Willi's Raw Bar. We stopped in a Windsor Vineyards tasting room in downtown Healdsburg. We didn't ...
... gas been in the road. He just takes his shoes off, hets comfortable, and deals with the drive in his own way. Sometimes his energy and enthusiasm keeps me trucking.
The Sonoma coast is just as beautiful as Mendocino's. It too is dotted with parks and wilderness spots. There are fabuously wealthy residents here in huge wooden mansions off the road.
We ended up right here on the Sonoma coast, eating with stars overhead. We are lucky because I ...
... Apparently, I failed to notice the "no photos" sign in the entryway, which accounted for the unwelcoming demeanor from the attendants, who insisted they "collect payment" immediately. The pomp and circumstance was certainly reflected in the pricing of their wine bottles and tastings ($30 per person). One thing, as is the case with just about every winery, once they know of your intent to buy, you suddenly become worthwhile to ...
... getting out and trying to get rid of that stuff from...everywhere.
We hit the fancy nearby town of St Helena for dinner at a restaurant called Market which served the best macaroni and cheese either of us has ever tasted and an attention-grabbing dessert called s’mores; a traditional campfire treat in the U.S. consisting of toasted marshmallows, chocolate and peanut butter sandwiched between two Graham crackers (their flavour is more ...