MacArthur Place - Sonoma's Historic Inn & Spa
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... morning to capture the vista of the full city before making our way to Monterey.
The holiday seems to be passing quickly now - we will back in Invercargill in two weeks time.
PS I did my good deed for day, week, year and lifetime tonight when I gave a street beggar $5 when I came out of the Hot Cookie shop. As I've mentioned earlier there are lots of beggars and people sleeping rough here. My problem is distinguishing the genuine from the ...
... sitting in the bar tasting 4 wines and eating appetizer of cheeses, prawns and roulade before moving to the dining car for the return journey and a 3 course meal. Had potato and spinach soup, pork tenderloin stuffed with wild mushroom polenta on a bed of roasted vegetables finished with a creme brûlée with fresh blueberries. Delicious! Then we headed back into Sonoma Valley to California's 2nd oldest vineyard and the oldest ...
... We had a fun time at lunch and wandering in and out of the many pretty boutiques. We left mid-afternoon ! and set off for San Francisco, again travelling across the bridge. Returning to San Francisco, we had to pay a $6.00 toll, which 2 Was OK considering all the paint used to maintain the bridge.
On our return, we decided that We could drive down the ‘crookedest street in the world’ – Lombard Street, which is close to the ...
... was where the ‘Californian’ Bear flag originated – a group of Americans who declared California a republic in 1846 whilst it was still under Mexican rule. They used the californian grizzly bear as a symbol on their flag. But there were only a handful of them and the Mexicans crushed this revolution quickly. A month later the an official American army won Sonoma town from the Mexicans. The troops resurrected ...
... of free tastings. We went through the small town square during the morning. Then, went to Sonoma for some more sips. Best not to drink too much, we only drove through Napa. You could spend a whole week touring the valleys!
Living in the area for a short time might be fun. There wasn't an unfriendly person in sight. It's one of those places where people want to be and that's right up our alley. Also, if you are going to work, mine as well do it in a fun environment!
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