Vintage Towers Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... and marauding cows, we opted for the inland route.
It was a 10 miles of single lane seriously windy roads, just perfect for Dave at the wheel of the Miata. He had a blast. We wound our way back down to Duncan Mills and stopped for dinner at the Blue Heron. The food was fine, and they had live music on a Tuesday night. Sadly, it was not good live music, he played 3 chords, sang out of tune and had **** time, but it gives me hope that ...
... populous state in the nation - and we skirted the big cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco, which also helped.
We decided on a backroad as we went north on Highway 29 through the famous Napa Valley. As we headed into the small town of Napa, I was surprised there weren't more grape fields. It wasn't long, though, when we continued to drive north into the valley with miles and miles of grape fields. We ...
En John i jo hem passat gran part del matí intentant trobar un apartament a San Francisco per la setmana que ve, però encara no l'hem trobat. Aquests dies, hi ha la Americas cup de vela allà i això ens ho fa encara més difícil. Però encara tenim esperances.
Després, ha estat un dia de conducció i de paisatges variats. Feia molt ...
... towards San Francisco was mainly vineyards after vineyards so really nice views. The last few days haven't been the best of weather for us, we've usually had great weather usually sunny hot mornings (which makes such a difference for stopping at view points or activities along the way) and lots of rain in the afternoon/evening, (which is annoying if we want to camp).
The drive was only three hours to the next town of ...
... the area, the wines and the history of each. There wasn't one question that he wasn't able to answer.
Our first stop was at the tasting room of La Crema in Healdsburg. Raymond, got us in before the tasting room even opened. We had a bubbly host who was so excited that it was our first stop of the day. They had two different flights to taste, one with some c******nays and Pinot Noir and one with just Pinot Noir. Since ...