North Block Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... us spectacular views looking back at the bridge over the entrance of the bay. We headed to Sausalito, a small town full of rich people. It was nice for a wander with a harbour view and ice cream.
Further on we found a road to Mount Tamalpais which intrigued us so we took it. The narrow tarmac road wound up and up through forest until we eventually came ...
... by for only $10) to go over the bridge into Napa. NEXT surprise was construction and NARROW lanes the last dozen miles into Napa Valley Expo RV park where we will stay for the next week.
On arrival at Napa Valley Expo we found, once again, an excellent facility to spend our week. We have been VERY fortunate (thanks to Bonna's diligent pre-trip work) in that the first three 'camping' locations on this trip have been EXCELLENT. Good ...
... delicious hobby that hopefully won't lose too much money. Needless to say, the Kuleto Estate tour was amazing. Our guide was an ex hot air balloon driver turned wine and cheese connoisseur who spent over 2 hours filling our eager minds with the history of the gorgeous property, the history of Mr. Kuleto, and best of all, the intricacies of Kuleto wine. Patti and I hope to one day be rich enough to join the Kuleto wine club, attend Pat's parties, and picnic whenever we ...
... up the mountain, precipitation begins .... dry on the other side of the mountains. Could this have been true? Next, I was entering giant, old growth redwood tree country (apparently, also Bigfoot country). At one point the highway reduced to two very narrow lanes curving through trunks of giant redwoods. Now, instead of hugging rock I was hugging bark - very cool. As the rain became heavy again, I decided to stop for the night in Garberville. I checked ...
... now just roofless concrete walls with bars that blocked the windows. I tried reading some of the informational plaques but some inconsiderate punks had vandalized some of them with spray paint. As Grampa Bailey would say, “What’s the matter with their heads?!”
After roaming around for a while, we re-gathered and decided to head down and cross the bridge. Before I knew it we were on the bridge, I expected some kind of toll first, but ...