An Inn 2 Remember
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... during labour. That definitely made us appreciate living in Britain. On our final evening in Sonoma we returned to Mary's, but this time it was crowded with baseball fans watching the San Francisco Giants play Kansas City Chiefs in the World Series. The room fell quiet when the Giants lost to make it 3 games all, but we were secretly pleased as it meant the divisive 7th game would take place when we were in San Fran. The next day we began the winding journey ...
... around how we were going to pay the toll going back south over the Golden Gate bridge. After leaving Sam's, Anne and Katie walked around the shops and I navigated through the payment process online. You give them your license plate and your credit card, and they take it from there.
Most of us were running on 2 hours of sleep, so high noon and a nice meal hit us hard. We headed back ...
... 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, ...
... only 15mph, banked corners, narrow bridges, steep downgrades, no shoulders on the roads - it was the worst roads for driving we have been on in all our trips! We finally made it to the campground, but promised ourselves to really look at the maps before we make plans to drive Big Mo off the beaten path.
The campground for tonight was in the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, and thank goodness, there was not a big rodeo ...
... Sonoma, which has a cute park/square in the center surrounded by neat old buildings. The square also had a tiny pond with ducks with unusual hair-dos (see pics below).
Based on tips at the Sonoma visitor’s center, we found a campsite in a state park ($35) and set-up then headed just down the road to an Italian restaurant. Good stuff and some good Chianti (when in wine country…), and then back to camp for one of the more ...