Hilton Garden Inn Sonoma County Airport
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... their wasn't a huge amount new in what they said but it was good to hear again. Their were regular breaks for tea - masses of different teas, herbal teas, water & apples. No coffee no unhealthy snacks. So different from medical conferences! People were really friendly, sat beside different people each day, all friendly and chatty there and in the queues Speakers kept really well to time without any prompting. Lunch & dinner were all buffet style and went ...
... birthday with my family in ages! Everyone assumes something must have gone drastically wrong, or some super disaster must have happened for me to have gone there and changed my mind.. Guess what? I came home. I made the decision as I knew deep down it just didn't feel right, right now. Maybe I will go for an extended period another time; I just know that there is a huge wide world ...
Once he got used to it, Sandy did really well in the hire car today. It was a pleasant drive. I much appreciate him driving, as it would've been a long bus journey otherwise. After exhausting our Snoopy options, we also stopped by at Paradise Ridge Winery, where Julie and Angie done a bit of wine tasting. The winery also housed ...
... amp; Euan shared their 9! The funniest part was when the lady asked us what we thought and we all pretty much didn't know what to say back without sounding stupid so our general response was, 'I like it'! After doing one tasting session we decided that was enough rather than go to a few more so we brought some BBQ food, went for a walk around Sonoma town where Chris got his hair shaved and went to the camp site to set up for the ...
... their wines while "taking in" the panoramic view of the valley below.
On the way to our next winery we stopped to snap pictures at Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park. The mill was built in 1846 and was once the social center of Napa Valley where people gathered to have their corn and wheat ground.
For our final winery of the day we chose ...