Ramekins Culinary School & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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In wine country so thought it would be rude not to visit a few before we left went to a magnificent place called Kendall Jackson in the morning, where we got to taste some fantastic wines and had an amazing laugh with the server who started tasting with us !!!! He then recommended we went to a place called paradise which ...
... s Wharf for the first time today and I had my first Clam Chowder experience (rich but good!). We also walked to Ghirardelli Square and checked out the Ripley's Believe it or Not since it was on our Go Card (not nearly as good as the ones in Orlando and Key West).
We then worked our way back down to the Pier 30 area. Near the carousel, ...
... wine country scenery. We then decided to go up to Santa Rosa and over to spend some time in Sonoma. Excellent choice (once again B came through with the 'tourist guides').
We parked in the middle of Sonoma at the fantastic park of old Sonoma--this area is now a state park. It was rather warm outside but was good for walking around the many interesting buildings. The town reminded us somewhat of either Taos NM and their 'middle of ...
... late. Once again Gary did really well driving into the middle of SF and it was a great relief when we delivered the car with an additional 6300 miles and not one scratch on it. We caught a cable car back to the wharf then boarded the ferry back to Sausalito. It is such a nice place and overlooks SF over the bay. Lots of boutique shops and not overly priced. We are so looking forward to a bug free night ...
... and Cabernet Sauvignon. We loved the Zinfandel especially and treated ourselves to a bottle ($40) to share at the hotel tonight. Our lady stop for the day was Sonoma town itself, and in particular Sonoma Square which is famous for being the spot where the Americans claimed California from the Mexicans. Sonoma Square is the centre of the town and we had an hour to stock up on some more food (like we hadn't had enough already!) while Larry ...