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Next stop on the tour was the much anticipated venture into wine country. Namely the Sonoma valley on route to Healdsburg. It was too expensive to stay in Sonoma or Napa so we decided just to pop in to Sonoma town to see what all the fuss was about. Although pleasant enough we realised we had made a good decision to try a town a few miles further up the road. More importantly the vast number of wineries were ...
hi folks we're here at patrick and kate flan****n's beautiful home, set in the middle of a vineyard, with a pool, lovely fruit trees, flowers and cabans - then in the distance, the mountains. very picturesque indeed. We also stayed at their seaside home in Mendocino, so we've been able to relax some. Today while Kate & M J are hiking, ...
... A fifty foot rig going thru SF and down Lombard St. (yes, I said Lombard). I will tell you something, the looks on our faces when we saw the sign that said Lombard must have been priceless. When I looked over at Mike he was completely white with enormous eyes! I'm sure I looked the same. They couldn't possibly be serious, right?? They were. Luckily it wasn't the winding zig zagging portion of Lombard, but Holy Cow, how were we supposed to know that?
... the property looking for wildlife. Greg had seen deer earlier when he was out walking and he thought we might see them again. We had no luck seeing them but did see lots of signs of wildlife. We did find the
location where the winery workers dump all the wine skins and stalks after processing. We were surprised that it isn't given to farmers for their livestock.
Driven today: California
Travelled today: 128 km
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... If someone lived there for a year, not knowing any Italian to begin with, would be pretty fluent after the end of the year.
I was very satisfied with all our vacation rental apartments, homes and Villas. They added immensely to the Italian experiences. Allowing us to immerse ourselves and live in the middle of the local culture.
For me, I enjoyed the smaller towns and villages, rather then the big cities. However, the large cities, such as Rome, Florence ...