Holiday Inn Express Windsor - Sonoma County
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... We arrived at about 20.30 and Ben together with other friends were about to serve dinner (salmon, potatoes, different vegetable salads). We all had a very nice dinner and afterwards Ben and I had a cigar next to the bonfire that we made and later all of us jumped in the jacuzzi.
The next morning we got up at about 9.30, had breakfast and while Tez was talking to her friends from the Czech Republic over skype, Ben was arranging a few visits to some of the vineyards ...
... seat of Humboldt County and is located on U.S. Route 101, 270 miles north of San Francisco and 100 miles south of the Oregon border.
Lots of Queen Anne Victorian style homes which had been refurbished and looked beautiful. Many of them have been turned into hotels and other businesses. One of them is now the home of the Ingomar Club and was the former home of William Carson built in 1884-1885. A Google search described, "The Ingomar Club serves a ...
... He is quite verbal and smart as a whip so that makes for a very entertaining time with him. His younger brother Kellan, is a little more shy and took awhile to warm up to us but once he did, we became fast friends. He can entertain himself for quite awhile. Reminded me of Daniel who at two could sit for hours playing his games with toys or painting. We finished the evening with a delicious chicken dinner prepared ...
... and got an American breakfast at Denny’s. It was quite something. I had a mix of Bacon, Pancakes, Hash brown and an English muffin all covered in maple syrup. I’m looking forward to having more of these. Next I jumped on a tram to Union Square. It was only a couple of dollars and saved me bags of time. The guy driving the tram was being very suspicious about a brown package on his lap. I wasn’t sure what it was but he was being very ...
... 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 ...