Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... along our route. We saw a few vineyards here and there and went through some rolling hills. But the main thing that we find interesting is there isn't any green grass here. The hillsides are covered with a tall, yellow grass that looks like hay. Miles and miles of it. It covers everything. We first thought it was due to the drought here, but that's not the case.
We arrived at the KOA here in Petaluma. Big place with lots of activities for the kiddos. It is ...
... have for decades. From the very top of the vineyard, assuming it's a clear day, you can see the Golden Gate Bridge, Oakland and the Mayacamas mountains to the west. With official duties complete we headed into town to check in at the El Dorado hotel. With my ivory handled six shooters locked away (no weapons in the saloon) Trace and I pondered our options for a venue that would pour our first cleansing ale of the afternoon. Decision made the first port ...
After a good first nights rest we headed into Bodega to check out why everyone we had met so far had told us to treat the birds nice (Bodega Bay humour is as sharp as ever). Cool little town with one claim to fame, it was the location that Alfred Hitchcock shot his movie the Birds, not a fact that the local county store is willing to let anyone forget. Had a coffee took a couple of pics then back on the road heading north.
... in Napa Valley. He spent the following three decades working in several vineyards learning about wine making. His experience grew until he was eventually managing vineyards. In 1996, Reynaldo formed his own vineyard management business. He and his family purchased 14 vineyards, totaling approximately 350 acres, in Sonoma, Napa and Lake Counties. Together, the Robledo family opened the first winery established by a former Mexican migrant worker in ...
... watch others drive through.
We decided to finish the drive to Petaluma just outside of San Francisco today. Our plan was to stay at a KOA campground for two nights, but we decided to arrive early to have some down time. We would actually be able to put out the awning, rug and chairs! We arrived in Petaluma around 3pm and checked in. Clay, Morgan and I put our bathing suits on and enjoyed sitting by the pool for a while. This is an ...