Hampton Inn & Suites Windsor - Sonoma Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to eat. Since all the vineyards looked like they had just very expensive meals we were on our way to Healdsburg when we suddenly saw a cute general store in the middle of vineyards, so we stopped to buy a sandwich, some cheese and crackers. It was full of people who seemed to be workers of the vineyards, enjoying their little escape from daily routine with a bottle of cold beer.
At the end of the day we proceeded to Healdsburg, a small picturesque village, ...
... a pour of La Crema Pinot Noir.
And, the food was scrumptious! Although we haven't had too many food experiences on this trip that weren't! Rosie suggested the Drunken Prawns which we split. I ordered a Hawaiian pulled pork taco which reminded me of Bakersfield at home. Small, but packed with lots of wonderful flavors served with Rosie's favorite mango salsa. Dick ordered a pizza that had Japanese sausage and pepperoni on it. I tried a slice and that ...
... Francisco and found a R.V. park where we will stay for the next three nights. They had a pool and it was warm outside so Mom and I went to tan, yayyy! We laid out for a few hours and then made spaghetti for dinner. Then, we watched a recorded show before going to bed! ...
... held, etc. The bombastic and goofy tour guide, Jon, took us outside to the vines, explained that process, and also showed us the corking room and a history of Robert Mondavi from the time he purchased his 11 acres in Oakville to building a wine empire. We were so impressed with the tour and the wine quality at a low price, that we decided to become members of the winery. The decision paid off, as we received some much-needed ...
... understand why with the big hole in the base and all.
Another stop was the teeny-tiny town of Navarro with it's 67 residents. We stopped at the general store which had some very interesting carved statues which were carved by a local artist. We quickly found out that carved statues were high popular in all the towns along the Redwood Hwy.
We passed a stop called Legend of Bigfoot. I didn't get much of a chance to ask many questions but there ...