Inn At Sonoma, A Four Sisters Inn
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... tasting room was slightly ajar, and an "OPEN" sign hung beside it. I popped my head in and to inquire, and Kaz invited us in with a warm welcome. He told us all about his wines and we sampled some as well. Despite being our first stop, it was definitely our favorite. At our next pullout, we stopped at an olive oil store where we sampled a variety of infused olive oils and balsamic vinegars. The business started with a single olive tree imported by ...
Practically everyone that I spoke with about San Francisco recommended checking out the sweet little town of Sausalito on the other end of the Golden Gate Bridge. My brother and his wife opted for the option of biking across the bridge and down to Sausalito when they visited. Matt and I (a bit lazier) decided to just take the ferry there and back. ...
... the sample tasters. This is a really nice little town that I enjoyed visiting.
Next we drove on to Napa, which I must say was a bit disappointing. We stayed about an hour and had gelato before driving back to Frisco.
A speedy trip along to Haight St resulted in me buying a pair of Dr Martin boots for myself. They're very smart and will look the biz with my True Religion jeans.
Planning to do a short walk to the top of Beaver St ...
... was very hot in the valley so being up stairs made it very hot. We had some air conditioning but not enough to cool things down. The manager didn't live on sight so we were left to fend for ourselves along with 6 other couples. However to be fair the owner did leave some wine and sherry to help ourselves to and his wife is a chef so our breakfast was amazing. We were also infested with bugs and between ...
... Bridge and headed inland to the counties of Sonoma and Napa, driving through vineyard country. The weather fortunately was slowly clearing from yesterday's rain and the rolling hills were lovely and green. Not the grapes though, which are Wintering at the moment. In Napa we boarded the Napa Wine Train, which is a gourmet eating and wine tasting experience on an old train of restored Pullman carriages. We journeyed up and back a short ...