North Bay Inn
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We ate lunch somewhere, but I can't recall now where. We got back on the road, but when we reached the Humboldt State Park and the Avenue of the Giants we took the turn and started at the top end which we had missed the first time around. Immediately we were back surrounded by these giants of the earth. Amazing, magnificent, inspiring, ...
... about giraffes who live at Safari West, the birth of a baby giraffe and the subsequent untimely death of her mother. Fortunately, the baby was old enough at the time of the mother's death to survive on her own, and she is now a mother herself, still living at Safari West along with three young giraffes that she has produced.
Dinner was again a buffet. After dinner, a dancer and drummer came to teach the children, and any adults who were interested, African dance. ...
... de sculptures de quatre pieds de haut ayant été réparties aux quatre coins dans la ville. Comme elles ne sont pas confinées au centre-ville, on peut en croiser à peu près n’importe où! Nous avons même vu un Joe Cool depuis l’autobus dans un quartier purement résidentiel.
Le déplacement à Santa Rosa nous a aussi donnés la chance de traverser le Golden Gate Bridge, qui est une expérience en soi à cause des vues fantastiques. ...
... up some gigantic hills, some that were so big I was scared I would roll back down! But I made it up in one piece so that was good. I didn’t want to drive up hills but it was the only way I could get up to the top of Lombard Street which is the Crookedest street in the world. It was a dream of my also to drive down this and not just walk down it so to do that even at 1 mile per hour was awesome!
My last stop was the Sister Act church. I ...
... prices. Undeterred at this stage though, we pressed on to search out the other few vineyards on our 'short list'. The remainder of them though ended up being fee paying tastings ($20 +) and the wines were all around $60 +++! Mark was not happy as he had been looking forward to this excursion as part of our holiday.
So, empty handed and very unimpressed, we headed home via Downtown Napa and the Oxbow Markets where we picked up some breakfast ...