Ramekins Culinary School & Inn
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Travel Blogs from Sonoma
... point on the bridge, the walking tourists disappeared and the bridge was slightly downhill allowing an easy ride to the other side. The bridge itself was fantastic and a truly spectacular piece of engineering. Once over, I headed down the hill towards Sausalito. I’d already been briefly with Chris so decided to jump back on the boat straight away to the city so I could get the boat back to Belvedere okay. Once in the giant queue onto the ...
... which we were told is a little more relaxed than the "snooty" Napa Valley. All very similar to our vineyards at home, although more expensive for tastings and more geared to tourists, selling a huge range of gifts and novelty items, related to food and ...
... is only bested in its beauty by Sydney and I've never before even come close to making that direct comparison...i just love it here RANDOMS i got called a 'dumb*********er' by a bum ate a hotdog from a street vendor, like a good little tourist got good and proper ripped off on a camera, like a good little tourist waited for a trolley car while they weren't operational, like a good little tourist had a problem with my credit card, like a good little ...
... the Jacuzzi vineyards. Of course I was trying the olive oils foodie that I am. I spent the rest of the day enjoying the hotel and the lovely pool! Dinner was at Sante. It was an amazing meal. I had adult Mac and Cheese as a starter. Pan seared Alaskan Halibut for a main PEI mussels and with a saffron sauce. I choose a coconut cotta with cilantro-lime syrup, passion fruit ganache with a macadamia nut crisp with a dark rum bavarois. What a great finish to a lovely ...
... strength to strength over one or two generations to become the behemoth it is today, with its suave tasting-counter, and wide range of products. We didn't do the tasting but did sample the vinegars they had towards the back. Onelica made a nice little mess on the floor, from which we quickly shuffled away.
We explored the town further, entering the local bookshop and an art collector's boutique. We then took the car and headed out to the Sterling winery; ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility