The Cooperage Inn
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From Monterey, Dave chauffeured the Ridleys to the wine region of Sonoma, briefly passing through San Francisco & actually driving over the Golden Gate Bridge. For the next two days we based ourselves in the lovely town of Sonoma but ventured out to the Napa Valley with lots of coffee stops in the surrounding towns. The centre of Sonoma was a hive of restaurants and coffee shops built around a large square, with pomegranate and lemon trees lining the ...
... and now driving from Stinson Beach south to the city, we've covered a great deal of this road. But this part is the most spectacular.
From Stinson Beach we were really on our way home. After 30 minutes of driving the shoreline, we were almost relieved to be back on the highway. Driving south to the Golden Gate Bridge traffic backed up, as it was rush hour and 4 lanes of the bridge were dedicated to northbound, meaning our southbound trip was losing a ...
... to find the bus stops we needed, we finally had our first MUNI ride on the F train which took us right back to Union Square.
To cap off the night, I had made reservations at Bourban and Branch, a speakeasy in SF. B&B is located in the Tenderloin district of SF which meant walking through some seedy areas to get there. In short, I kind ...
Today we left Oregon and drove into CA. We were still in the mountainous area so the scenery was mostly pine trees and foothills. Then, all of a sudden, we saw this huge mountain in the distance. We kept driving closer and closer and we went around a big curve in the road and there it was - Mt. Shasta, another 14,000' mountain in the Cascade Range.
If you look at a topographical map of the west, you can ...
Up early and then back to the "Campsite Full" redwood state park (damn, still full) so we went on a 6'ish mile bike ride along an old rail bed, stopping mid-way for lunch in a neat little grocery store that had….of all things….Mediterranean food in its lunch offerings (Holly’s mood picked up considerably!)
After the bike ride, back to Hwy 1 and a trip into Point Reyes State Park. Lots of beautiful scenery, and we got out of the car at ...