The Cooperage Inn
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... why not leave people to die if they cant afford healthcare) and felt totally fine about gunning people down in the streets - after all you've got to be able to defend yourself from all those rapists out there (sic). Ron as a more enlightened Californian was terribly embarrassed and later apologised for their reactionary political views. it gave us a real taste for the realities of US politics. After lunch with politics and a quick game of cornhole (great game - look it up) ...
... run wineries in Sonoma, Gunlach-Bundschu. Established in 1858 and passed on through the family, the business is now run by a sixth generation family member. They have a beautiful piece of property, and we ate lunch overlooking a small lake. Our final winery on the tour, Homewood, was also family owned and run, and we tried their line up of reds in their small tasting room. After this flight of samples, we decided we were a bit wine weary ...
... and painted all different colours. I had never been here before, so it was pretty cool to see this. The Park is situated on a hill (go figure), so the vantage point was amazing with the cityscape in the background. However, the fog rolled in, so we couldn’t really see the city! Oh well, it is what it is.
Another bus ride took us to hustle n’ bustle of Union Square and the peak of rush hour crowds. This area ...
... of other clubs.
The anchorage was pretty rolly so we decided to go easy on Shelly and had a picnic on shore at a
lovely waterfront park. We spent the rest of the afternoon checking out Sausalito on foot. It turns out they have an excellent ice cream parlor. Later we had a great dinner at the Napa Valley Burger Company in ...
... the sample tasters. This is a really nice little town that I enjoyed visiting.
Next we drove on to Napa, which I must say was a bit disappointing. We stayed about an hour and had gelato before driving back to Frisco.
A speedy trip along to Haight St resulted in me buying a pair of Dr Martin boots for myself. They're very smart and will look the biz with my True Religion jeans.
Planning to do a short walk to the top of Beaver St ...