DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sonoma Wine Country
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... sorry for the numerous cyclists that we passed on bikes that were loaded with panniers front and back.We arrived at Bodega Bay and decided to head inland to Rohnert Park which is just north of Sonoma and booked into the Best Western.Dinner was had next door at the Star Restaurant.We both had lentil soup, Sylvia had a steak and I had liver and onions-very enjoyable, then back to the motel for a shower and a few voddies.( we passed the two thousand mile mark today!)
... equally frustrating to occupy me for the rest of the day. Didn't take me too long to find something. I have been working for three weeks to get one of my bank accounts set up for 'on-line banking'. ALL of my other bank accounts are 'on-line', which is nice especially when we are traveling. This one bank account--BBVA Compass--has been giving me excuses since June 11 as to why they are having problems. ...
... so happened to be a fire as well and so we got to see Fireman Dan in action.
Today was another great, eventful day out. We spent the day starting out at Alcatraz, and then did the rounds of Fisherman's wharf, where we had lunch. Had a go at the famous Fisherman's wharf chowder - very very good. Then we went for a drive up to Lombard Road - and then braved the traffic back home to ...
... They had quite a few animals, including a huggeee big, llamas, cows, racing piglets, a petting zoo, ponies and horses. I went on a carriage ride which was cool, and later on they brought some big Clydesdale horses and mules out to stroke, which I loved.
They also had exhibitions of the fair competitions, for stuff like art, photography, crafting. Some were quite good. Then I met up with my aunt who had been volunteering, and we went ...
... to get our tickets and run on board with about one minute to spare.
The ferry ride was about 35 minutes and we sat outside for most of it, taking pictures and looking like tourists. Caught a good view of San Quentin and all the inmates in their orange jumpsuits out in the yard getting their exercise. Not sure if it will show up in the pictures but that's what those orange dots are.
We went past ...