Sonoma Orchid Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... champagnes. I learned so much about champagne and have a much greater appreciation of it now. Unfortunately, and bizarrely, Korbel does not have a license to serve brandy on the premises. Brandy in general is an afterthought on the tour and is barely mentioned. Everything that Korbel produces comes from that beautiful location in the Russian River Valley and is entirely family owned, no corporate entities, which was very impressive to ...
... river cooled us off in 90 plus heat, and Annette won the Caddy Shack costume parade as Carl the pool cleaner. She reports that the Baby Ruth was just fine. Lots of us got no respect. Lacy Underalls were present in abundance.
Months of planning and meticulous attention to detail by Leimon resulted in a most amazing and happy event. Guests, freed of any logistical worries were able to relax, enjoy and emote. Leimon arrived by row boat on the River, escorted by ...
... the car, headed for San Francisco. We had a tee time at Presidio Golf Club located on the San Francisco Bay. What an awesome drive into the city and across the Golden Gate Bridge! Even though most of the bridge was covered in fog, it was beautiful. If you ever plan a trip to San Francisco, be advised, it never gets warm there, even though this is supposed to be sunny California. The high for the day was 65 with a brisk wind.
The golf course had spectacular views of ...
... how she was a schoolteacher. She loved meeting new people and said she didn’t need to go to Europe because she’s met so many Europeans here in San Fran jokingly. She told me all about her son’s guns and how he hunts and she cooks whatever he shoots. After a while she disappeared and I got the ferry back to Belvedere.
Kevin, the harbourmaster was giving me a lift to Chris’ work to save me getting a bus. So I went into see him ...
... a somewhat contrived area of preserved and conserved 18th century buildings. But the history is very interesting and many fortunes were made when the gold rush started here in 1848. The city has a relaxed and pleasant feel and we mooch about happily in trendy mid-town in small awe of a street system that has letters for west to east and numbers north to south. Who wouldn't want to meet up at, say, 13th and N? There is baseball frenzy everywhere as the Bears ...