BEST WESTERN Dry Creek Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 March – Beer and wine tasting On Monday we left San Francisco, driving over the Golden Gate Bridge north towards Sonoma County. Sonoma borders other famous wine-making regions such as Napa Valley, and, as luck would have it, a couple of breweries as well. We're staying in small, but pleasant, town called Healdsburg. …
It is never a good idea to fool around with puns when writing, however, I did take a few points to task before letting that title sit the way it is. First of all, both Monica and I really are suffering from nasty head colds that are giving us chills and/or fevers, clogging up our sinuses, sapping our energy and just giving us the blahs. But we do …
... I want to go there."
That's when it hit me that I should walk the Mediterranean. And I should do it with my boys!
Getting on line I typed a Google search and found among other resources a book written in 2008 by Joel Stratte-McClure called, "The Idiot and the Odyssey." It recounts his 2008 hiking adventure that follows roughly the travels of Homer's hero, Odysseus. I've ordered the ...
... the Indian owner who gave us some pearls of wisdom about marriage.
We then crossed the Bay Bridge, which is breathtaking in itself and started the trek up to Sonoma County. The first thing we noticed was that the temperature was at least 20 degrees higher than the bay area and so we were immediately happy in the 80s. We decided to stay in Santa Rosa and pricelined our way to a Hilton hotel somehow for $80/night. ...
So it's been a week since we've arrived in Santa Rosa. The 2009 Vintage has finally begun and I couldn't be more excited!
I started work last Monday and since then we've already got one ferment rockin, brought in 30 tonnes of Pinot Noir on Saturday, and have 30 more tonnes coming in tomorrow!!! That being said.. today I made 8L of Minestrone, 8L of pasta sauce, and 10 lbs of pulled pork to put in the freezer to contiribute to the next 3 ...