Ramekins Culinary School & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Winery. This is a great rags to riches story of a Mexican who first came to California as temporary seasonal labour to pick grapes at harvest time. After a number of years he managed to secure a permanent job in a winery and worked his way up to become wine maker before then buying his own vineyard and starting to make his own wine. He has become so successful at this that he met both the Mexican President Calderon and Obama and is a figurehead for US / Mexican business ...
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... it up. As the guest I was given the honour of the first drive; with my theory of aiming for the trees on both sides of the fairway as they are allegedly 80% air I went through my usual set-up routine of twirling the club like a cheer leader, followed by a deep calming breath, closely followed by a nervous ****, I swung the driver and thwack! As a wise man once said "golf is a game where the ball always lies poorly and the player always lies well" which was pertinent ...
Julie and Sandy were biking the Golden Gate to Sausalito this afternoon. The plan had been for us to walk the bridge, but what with Angie's foot I didn't think it would be a good idea. Instead, we arranged to meet them at the Sausalito ferry landing, and just do the round trip on the ferry.
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... to Napa Valley tomorrow and asked for some suggestions on wineries to visit, and they said Whoa! Napa was like a 4-letter word to them (kidding). Sonoma vineyards are much better! We didn't even know that there was a Sonoma Valley wine industry - see the things we are learning! They shared some of their favorite wine with us, and 3 bottles later, we left for home after having a great time with them and promising to come back real ...