Rodeway Inn Wine Country
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... in San Francisco. If it was only that literally no one moves out the way for you we could have coped, but the hills!! Wow, they really are something else. The streets are like cliffs, and although we were expecting steep roads, we didn't reckon on this. We also expected to climb up and maybe down again to our destination, but no, this is a mountain range, up, down, up, down. In sections it took two of us to push the pram up the hill. Rich's shoe fell off on one hill much to our ...
... us loved it! This is so different from how we are living most of the time and a brief excursion into another World. It was what I imagine the Orient Express to be, complementary Mumm Napa, five courses of amazing food, outstandingly good wine and all as we chugged up the valley – loved it.
Next day we were collected again – this time by Captain Steve, driving a stretched limo, with Graeme and Tammy inside ...
... There are pictures posted of all three trees.
The road was the usual mountain road...curvy with no shoulders. I learned
something important. If someone scares you with his/her driving, don't tell
them so. It's like challenging them to scare you even more.
Southern Iowa and Northern California were mostly farmland and it was amazing
to me that this rural land was so close to the beach. I need to keep up to date
with my writing...the days are running ...
... sea robin, striped jack)
7. Tuna wellington with foie gras, veal cheek and sweetbread (yes...that's a gland...and it was yum) with onion foam
8. Citrus pudding cake served with cucumber and mint sorbet
9. White fudge and dark chocolate with sesame
It was beautiful and quite a splurge (sorry wallet) but when in Napa!
We called a taxi and headed back to the hotel for a nightcap in the bar before heading back ...
... acceptable for women to do so. She was an avid gambler and often dressed like a man in order to gamble in the males-only establishments that dotted North Beach. Coit was reputed to have shaved her head so her wigs would fit better.
Lillie had a special relationship with the city's firefighters. She had from very early days of her life been fascinated and enamored of the red shirted and helmeted fire fighters. ...