The Cottage Inn & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... he needed the toilet. I can the standard ‘you English?’ question and he then offered me a tart he had just purchased. He didn’t want it, just simply wanted to use the restroom. He was quite the character.
I then left the restaurant and walked north towards the piers. On my way I found out that the area I was staying was indeed a bit of a shithole. There were big groups of guys smoking weed, one looked me ...
... guessed it, at Dennys! Then we were back on the road and had much better luck finding Highway 12 in Santa Rosa, the road to Sonoma. This is a scenic road with a canopy of overgrown trees, lined with miles and miles of vineyards and wineries.
Sonoma has a quaint city center with all the shops and restaurants surrounding the city park. We checked out Sonoma Cheese, Winery and Deli tasting different cheeses and browsed all the wine goodies. ...
... quality time with Debbie - enjoying her sweet place and the town of Sausalito; visiting Sam's tavern one last time; crossing off some local eats from our list before leaving the bay area...
We finally took off on Tuesday, just to spend the day running last minute errands and making our way to a friend's weekend place in Sonoma where we repacked the car. It was a prime place to stop and get organized before making our way out of Cali.
We drove from from Sonoma to San Jose and to the airport for our flight home. I will definitely have to come back. We changed planes in Seattle and excitedly got to have some famous Iver's Chowder for dinner and a Starbucks coffee to wash it all down! Why not eat like the at like tlocals ...
Today we decided to hit up the famous Sonoma valley, which along with its neighbour Napa valley, is considered one of the finest wine-producing valleys in the whole of California, and even the US. Whilst I refused to believe that this nouveau riche yankee plonk could tie its French counter-parts' shoe laces, I was curious to see how the Americans did it; as well as take a quick peek at what used to be the capital of the short-lived California Republic.