The Cottage Inn & Spa
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... which are everywhere. Sonoma county produces more varietals as Napa is known and fairly exclusively makes Cab Sav. Mom says there are so many great local restaurants in tiny towns and wineries down almost every road, it would take a couple months to visit and see it all. Thats before going to Napa and Sonoma Valley! The next day they spent quality time at 2 larger named wineries most people are familiar with (Kendall-Jackson, and ...
... and they are now part of the fixtures and fittings.
Then it was uphill to the bridge and a wonderful ride over the water. It's only when you're up next to the giant towers that you get a sense of the scale of the bridge. It was built in 1937 and took four years to complete, it cost £35m back then, coming in under budget.
Following the building of the Hoover Dam when more than 100 men ...
... s Wharf for the first time today and I had my first Clam Chowder experience (rich but good!). We also walked to Ghirardelli Square and checked out the Ripley's Believe it or Not since it was on our Go Card (not nearly as good as the ones in Orlando and Key West).
We then worked our way back down to the Pier 30 area. Near the carousel, ...
... any other wineries that day. So we head back to his place, we opens up a nice red and we hang out for the evening. We talk, we drink, we enjoy some fabulous tunes.
I make my way home and find a nearby resto to grab a bite (we skipped dinner and I'm starving by this point). I fill myself up with a delicious, warm bowl of vegetable udon noodle soup. It was perfect and a great way to end a fabulous day. ...
... carrying their gear on their bikes (tents, sleeping bags, clothes, etc.)....It was only because Sharon and Julie were supporting the ride that the guys could have made it so far so quickly. The ladies put up with changing hotels every night for 2 weeks, meals in different restaurants every day and a nomadic lifestyle. They did it with good hearts and great cheer. The guys are forever in the gals debt....and they know it! :-)