El Dorado Hotel & Kitchen
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- Non-smoking rooms
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Back in the car, we rehydrated since the thermometer was reading 106 and the wine was taking effect much too quickly, then plugged in our next coordinates and away we went to Mumm Napa for a little bubbly!
Lesley had read about a really good tour offered by Mumm, including viewing the wine-making process and tastings, so we joined the 3 pm tour ...
... in SFO, got there and he had run out so then Andy and I had to choose some others/ such fun! Then into town to do shopping for Becky and Bridget , bit of trouble finding the Nike store but after a burger and beer refuel we found it! Now at the airport waiting for check in to open, hope my bag isn't tooooooooo heavy ...
... that! The trip over and back gave many views of the Bay. (See pics 2-6). Sail boats, cruise liners (not ours), city skyline, kite surfing, Golden Gate and Bay Bridge. Note the gap in the cantilevered section that collapsed in the 1989 quake. You can see the white tower of the new suspension bridge. The old is being dismantled. (Pics 7-8). Sausilato is an old Italian fishing village and now presents as an 'arty' place. Very ...
... worth the wait!!! Now we are 2 hrs and 2 bottles of Prosecco later, overlooking the harbour having consumed oysters, calamari and Dungeness crab (HTF did that get here from Kent????) feeling mighty pleased at such a great day. Picked up the typical American and her mother on the way who just loves our classy accent (cockney & northerner?????) and don't know how we get back but who cares! Bless, we get to meet her mother (on the Prosecco as well and her ...
... bit of math!!! Amazing. Many years ago the Benzinger family sold the name Glen Ellen (the town where this winery sits) for many millions of dollars. After selling the name they began producing a much smaller quantity than before, now only producing their "Select" wines. They decided to put their money in the facility, the cave, and the costs of being a biodiversity business - to pesticides, no chemicals. ...