Grape Leaf Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... welcomed us by pronouncing we must be travelling as dressed like that. The cheek. I had made an effort. After finishing at the second place we found a reasonably priced restaurant to soak up the wine. The town was quaint and unassuming. More Michelin restaurants per person than anywhere else in the world (or so they say) and there was me eating pulled pork and ribs watching the end of a baseball game. Stay classy ...
... breaking hard. Sure was pretty to look at but we didn't want to get real close to the water.
From the coast we headed to the first winery of the day- Kenwood. Had a few really good wines and bought a few bottles to ship home. All that driving made us a little hungry so we found a great deli that made as huge very good sandwiches. We had a bottle of wine to drink before we had to ...
... the tile next day. It is harder than it looks! You have to get the thin-set stuff just so, pffft! I only got about 10 tiles down, Dave got about 25 in the same amount of time. Then he was back to the shower-from-hell. The next day, he finished the shower and hung the bathroom drywall while I grouted and cleaned the tile.
I had a beat up old, but comfy, leather reclining couch that was in the way and going to the dump, but Dave cut it into thirds and we now have some very ...
... a little hike, nothing to write much about. It just felt good to walk around after two days of sitting.
We headed back to Healdsburg, which if we had to do it again, we would stay closer to here, Cloverdale, or Clovertucky as the locals call it, was just a little too far out of the way. Healdsburg is a very quaint town where many of the local wineries have tasting rooms.
Here we ended up going ...
... over the Golden Gate Bridge and on to Coastal Highway 1. It's really slow going, plenty of bends, scenic lookouts, photo opportunities, dead raccoons and a skunk. The drive so far has been a mix of rugged pacific coastline and today we drove through towering redwood forests. We stayed at Bodega Bay, famous for the filming of Alfred Hitchcocks - The Birds, then last night we stayed in a beautiful ...