BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Vines
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Monday 11th August, Day 12: On the coach at 9am, sunny as we leave the Hyatt in San Francisco, but cloudy by the time we get to the Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge building was commenced in 1933 and took 4 years to build at a cost of $35m and interest cost of $39m which was totally paid for by 1971 from ...
Finding our way via BART train is a challenge. Not as easy as NY or Paris. But we get to the Omnivore Book Store -which specializes in cookbooks- to meet a favorite author.
David Lebovitz autographs his new book Paris Cooks for us. ...
... their flower garden, including the statue of a wild boar. Went to downtown Healdsburg for wine and pizza after. It was a fundraiser for the arts-specifically for moving the large statue of a coyote from one place to the Wilson winery. The statue was cool in that the head moved with the wind! (What can I say-we entertain easily!) Had a singer for entertainment, ...
... five different dishes. All amazing. The wine pairing was excellent.
Drove to Calistoga which is the northernmost town in Napa Valley and walked around. Very interesting but more low-key than its tony neighbour St Helena and Yountville.
Beautiful scenery with trees and vineyards changing colours.
Did the shut up alarm, roll over, zzzzzzzz this morning. Woken by Julia outside the door going "are you guys awake!" Ummm, yes of course Julia. Whoopsie. Julia had overslept too as her phone was still an hour different. Not that it mattered as check out wasn't until noon anyway. Did all those necessary functional things, showers, packing bags then off to a diner down the street for breakfast. Sat at the counter and all, kept expecting the ...