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... turned out to be a sea fog rolling over San Francisco, could just see the Golden Gate Bridge peaking through it all light up! really beautiful. Unbelievably long time taxiing on the runway after landing to get to where our plane "parked". LA airport is MASSIVE! According to my research there was a shuttle bus every 30 minutes, well we waited more than 30 for sure! By this stage I had my warm jacket and scarf on and was grateful for it. Shuttle took me ...
Once he got used to it, Sandy did really well in the hire car today. It was a pleasant drive. I much appreciate him driving, as it would've been a long bus journey otherwise. After exhausting our Snoopy options, we also stopped by at Paradise Ridge Winery, where Julie and Angie done a bit of wine tasting. The winery also housed ...
... I paid that much for the entire stay so it was amazing!!! I got dinner and explored wal mart which is always fun, and as I was driving I saw the reddest sunset I have ever seen. It was amazing!! The sun was so big too. I wish I had of taken a picture of it, but the memory of it is still heaven. I then relaxed back at the room which was so nice after a long 2 hour drive.
I was up early enough the next day exploring so it was a big day. My ...
... a Redwood forest, it was magnificent. It's really hard to describe the beauty and spiritual joys of walking through these giant trees. The air was so fresh (and cold) and we found a lovely peaceful feeling here. If you'd like to see a little more about this beautiful forest here's their website: http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=450
All too soon we returned to our bus to carry on to a lookout on ...
... foothills of the Mayacamas mountains and we were surprised that wine producing here goes back to the 1850s. All along the route stretched limos spill the eager tasters out for another slurp and guzzle. In truth we are there for the vibe and not really the wine, but we do a tour, essentially of racks of French oak barrels and taste a few wines. Such a difficult and artificial way to drink, and certainly no way to enjoy wine. The towns are pretty and the Spanish influence is everywhere ...
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