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Today we visited some VERY special vineyards. We had a tour and tasting (private) at the Harlan Estate and enjoyed Harlan and Bond wines. We saw Chateau Boswell and Realm Cellars on our way up to Sonoma.
We checked in at the Hotel Healdsburg. That evening we had dinner with Pax Mahle of Wind Gap wines with several winemakers. Big egos.
... tomatoes with mozzarella cheese and olive oil.
With the cool evening air and a belly full of food, it was off to our little bed for another good night's sleep.
Tomorrow, it is off to Bodega Bay and a tour of a wine cave.
PS Bodega is a Spanish name for a Vino storage building or facility!!
... in 1880!). The Inn sits on a hill and overlooks several acres of grapes. As we sit on the front porch of the Inn at 9:30 tonight, we are watching the workers harvest the grapes by huge machines under some pretty bright lights. First time we have seen that!
On Wednesday we headed to Kenwood, Chateau St Jean, St Fancis, and Kendall-Jackson wineries. St Francis was far ...
... gone and done it!
I then had a little walk around the street dipping in and out of shops and picked up a few postcards. I saw a group of protestors at one point called 'Grandmothers against the war’ flyering about. I then went into the Westfield and browsed about, including Abercrombie and Fitch. They were seriously understaffed and there wasn’t even the classic topless guy on the door. I thought they’d go all out in America. I ...
... to come gets him off the hook.
It’s a ying and yang world of course and the trip's most amazing scenery yet sees our nights spent in the worst accommodation. We vent our spleen on Trip Advisor and get on with gasping, again both OMG style and literally, as we crane our necks to see towering granite mountain faces of primeval splendor. Looking up at the 3000ft El Capitan we see about half way up some climbers on a ‘porta-ledge’ where they have apparently ...