Hilton Garden Inn Sonoma County Airport
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... and support we received. Every meal included dozens of great choices. We had the chance to sample so many starch based dishes, rice, beans, potatoes, grains, all prepared with delicious vegetables and seasoning. It would be hard to choose a favorite, but of course we had our preferences. Lars gravitated towards the potato dishes, I favored the rice and pasta items.
We had lots of fresh ...
... paranoid that we'd destroy his room and wanted protection. Once we checked into our hotel Lucky wanted to continue with the wine tasting and so we headed to the wineries south east of Santa Rosa.
Our bubble burst when we found out that the wine tasting was no longer free. To be honest the wine tasting was really expensive around this area. We found a nice fancy winery as we were returning back to Santa Rosa. After a couple of tasters we bought a couple ...
... near the pier.
Fifteen miles south of Point Arena is Gualala, an old logging port that's now an artists' colony. This southern part of Mendocino County coastline is mostly undeveloped and uninhabited, with green forests and coastal coves. South of Gualala you enter Sonoma County, my home county. Soon you come to Sea Ranch, a '60s development that covers over 5,000 acres along both sides of highway 1. Homes here ...
... I know, we tend to exaggerate things a little at times, but this time it's true: the dark-green plastic chair jumped out of the pick-up truck in front of us, landed on the track next to us and started sliding left to right accross our track. Having a car to my left, I swerved to the right. We held our breath. We starred. We listened. We heard nothing but the sound of our Susan's engine. We made it and this day stayed wonderful.
... the mighty prius took us off to the overcast and miserable seaside once again. However, we sort of took a wrong turn, saw a bunch of people standing or sitting on low chairs on the headland (Bodega Heads) with binoculars and huge cameras so joined in. We saw some whales which was a nice surprise. When we got back to our car there was another black prius parked next to us but it was much cleaner and newer than ours. We checked it out and I think ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility