Inn At Sonoma, A Four Sisters Inn
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... during labour. That definitely made us appreciate living in Britain. On our final evening in Sonoma we returned to Mary's, but this time it was crowded with baseball fans watching the San Francisco Giants play Kansas City Chiefs in the World Series. The room fell quiet when the Giants lost to make it 3 games all, but we were secretly pleased as it meant the divisive 7th game would take place when we were in San Fran. The next day we began the winding journey ...
... 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 ...
... only 15mph, banked corners, narrow bridges, steep downgrades, no shoulders on the roads - it was the worst roads for driving we have been on in all our trips! We finally made it to the campground, but promised ourselves to really look at the maps before we make plans to drive Big Mo off the beaten path.
The campground for tonight was in the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, and thank goodness, there was not a big rodeo ...
... were pretty tame and attacked any small crumb dropped. It remained pretty overcast till I reached the top of the hill by the golden gate bridge.
The view was pretty spectacular with tourists swarming the vistas with cameras. Once on the bridge it was a pretty easy ride, despite having to dodge tourists. The bridge was a single track with three thin lanes, two for bikes and one for walking. It was a tad dangerous. After about the ...
It seemed to take a while to get out of California - maybe we had more attachments to it than we realized:) After stopping at a friends house in Sonoma to repack the large amount of "necessities" we jammed into our car during the mad dash out of our apartment a few days prior, we finally hit the road!
It was nice to soak up the Nor ...