Inn At Sonoma, A Four Sisters Inn
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Up to Santa Rosa then over to Sonoma. Had a late brunch in Sonoma and wandered through the historic barracks then onto the cheese company! Sonoma really pretty and less crowded than the Napa so definitely need to come back here for longer next time. Back to San Francisco to try and get sexual chocolate wine as only ...
... the city, but before crossing the bridge we got off on Alexander avenue to climb the hills for famous views of the bridge and the city. It was a clear sunny day for us. The road upward was equal parts cars and fit cyclists. Every once in a while the traffic would stop while someone maneuvered in or out of a scenic lookout. High up in the hills you look down on the bridge and the city. If the ...
... to Napa Valley tomorrow and asked for some suggestions on wineries to visit, and they said Whoa! Napa was like a 4-letter word to them (kidding). Sonoma vineyards are much better! We didn't even know that there was a Sonoma Valley wine industry - see the things we are learning! They shared some of their favorite wine with us, and 3 bottles later, we left for home after having a great time with them and promising to come back real ...
... was a pretty awesome day and well worth travelling across the extra miles to Belvedere, I was certainly making the most of my money. Once back at the boat, Chris arrived and suggested we take his car up the hills to see the views as it was a really clear evening. We walked to the car park to see a Delorean parked there, things got rather exciting from this point! Chris explained he had two and took me up the hills in it. I felt like we were ...
It was 7 pm and getting dark by the time we arrived at our first camping destination in Crater Lake, Oregon. We set up camp, got a bite to eat, enjoyed a nice camp fire and then hit the sack. It was our first time sleeping in our new pop up camper - very cozy and comfortable intro to what will be our home for the next few ...