EuroSpa & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the Sonoma Town Square. This was a quaint little area with shops, restaurants, and wine bars. Since we had such a filling lunch, we bought a light snack of cheese, bread, and salami to have for dinner that night instead of going out. We did have enough room for some amazing pistachio and Almond Joy gelato, too.
Our hotel was the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa, a refurbished ...
... non-answers I received. Obviously everyone drives into the city from here because drive time is measured by how long it takes you to get to the Bay Bridge. After that you’re on your own.
I walked down to Napa City Center and saw a struggling commercial area. While there are some unique shops, wine bars, chocolate shops, if it weren’t for the many restaurants, there would have been very few people. Of course, they are proud ...
... dozen reinforcements. Eventually 37 Hell's Angels and their girlfriends were hauled off to jail, along with four handguns, eight bullwhips, ten machetes, twelve daggers, and assorted drugs."
Then we drove to a place called The Painted Ladies which is a collection of houses across from Alamo Square. There was no parking here, so Dan drove around the block and I took some pictures. When you went up the hill, ...
... though, as the American-Mexican war broke out only a month later, and California was annexed as part of the USA. You can see a picture of the kids underneath the Bear Flag Monument, which marks Sonoma's moment of revolutionary glory. The bear was what the revolutionaries originally put on their flag, and the flag they fashioned remains the flag of California today. We paid a visit to the Mission San Francisco Solano de Sonoma, a Mexican mission founded in 1823, ...
... Moonglow’ in his language and Xavier in English. We got a really good view of the landscape looking down into this valley filled with grape plantations. Apparently, the hot air balloons fly past these fields every morning. We were lucky to be shown this ‘secret garden’ that Xavier was designing for VVIPs (think ambassadors, politicians, celebrities etc) which provided the prettiest (unobscured) view of the valley. Xavier also brought us into the caves where ...