Extended Stay America - Pleasant Hill - Buskirk Ave.
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... to Sausalito. They are everywhere and trust me most of them look like they have never rode a bike before in their life.
Angelinos does not disappoint. Wonderful pasta, chicken and shrimp. Coffee and biscotti are a perfect ending for my meal. We hit Haight Ashbury when we return to San Francisco. Scott and I wait for Nick to get in. It is good to see him. We call it a day as we are leaving early in the morning for Napa. Looks like I need to take more ...
... was loads of other cute little shops. We finally got on the cable car and headed into Downtown. We'd planned to meet up with Sophia who we know from school who had come over from London to stay with her dad in Napa (Yuntville) for two weeks. We finally got to her outside Macy's at about quarter to 3, it was so weird seeing her in another country but it was really nice to see her. We headed back to our house in a taxi with ...
... cut on a number 3 or 4 rather than the number 1 of the hills in the south. Quite suddenly, one comes into Napa, and then all around in every direction thre are vineyards. Time for a drink... so the Old Mill in Napa was the place, before we questioned the old lady in the information office as to which were the best vineyards to visit. She seemed to know her stuff, and gave us a detailed map of the area, circling a few names. And we were off. The whole area ...
... the owner made me a sun dried tomato spinach breakfast taco that was to die for.
Packed up our car and left the cute little Candlelight Inn. The woman behind the desk had prepared packages of cookies, one for me - peanut butter, and one for FIL - chocolate chip, to take with us - how sweet! I guess FIL and I had made it apparent that we liked the cookies that they had in the lobby area for guests to nibble!
Drove northward - not on the beach ...
... that creates more dept through payments, gas and less self reflection and less appreciation for our
land as when you sit you gaze out the window in open thoughts. Californians are such promoters in sustainability and why not promoters of less use of the car.
It was nice to just be and to reflect however the closer I arrived to my stop again the nervous started to monopolize. I was stunned at the culture yet
joyed at the feeling of being home and the beauty ...