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Travel Blogs from Sonoma
Another beautiful day here in the Valley and we are off to Sonoma to see what we can find. Thanks to our friend Marianne from Hilton Head (who was just here a week before us) we have a hint on which are the best wineries to see.
Our first stop is in the town of Sonoma for a quick cup of coffee and a brioche and raspberry pastry at the Basque Boulangerie Cafe! Great place - you'll see it.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... told us how the British winery had shipped in the on-site bell from Britain, and other aspects of the building from other parts of Europe. We completed the tour, finishing off in a plush dining room towards the back of the building, where Capri Suns had been placed on the tables for the children. I badly wanted one...
We then headed for home, and with Francisco intent on disagreeing with the GPS, I looked out upon the sea of vineyards along the road home.
... So after that we went to the Jelly Belly factory and took a tour of the factory.....you get to see how they make them all the way to the packaging, they give you free samples at the end, and there a place you can get free samples of all 50 flavors (yes we bought about $50 worth of jelly belly's) so if you ever make it this way make sure you go to the Jelly Belly Factory. After that we drove back to Sonoma and went to the Cline winery, and had a litlle lesson on ...
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