Sheraton Sonoma County - Petaluma
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... pasta. He chose wrong. It was literally a massive plate of linguine with instant cheese sauce. He insisted that he was fine with it because he wanted me to have a lovely seafood lunch. I insisted it was his fault for not eating "no meat"! We mountain climbed California Street, after a quick stop to Miette Bakery (another of my worldwide collection of bakery cookbooks fame) and had an early night before leaving for Vegas ...
... opposite Danielle Steel’s house (thank you movie tour!).
Last night we hung out in the hostel and I helped the girls to plan their trip down to LA. We met some guys from Leeds and it was great to hear that accent! Ah Leeds. So a pretty relaxed one last night before all of us made our separate journeys today. This morning I had to pack all of my stuff back into the two rucksacks… I’m sure it’s got bigger ...
... to Yosemite is going to be too far, at least 10 hrs. We will be doing that trip on the 12th August.
Walking to the laundry room I noticed a lady sunning herself outside whilst she waited for her washing to finish. Once I had put on my loads I decided to join her and give myself a break from the kids, an hour and half later we were drinking wine and putting the world to ...
... to transport half the world's population back to the city, was very long indeed. But, this being America, opportunistic taxi drivers, compete with bike racks on the back of their cabs, had formed a rank at the back of the queue. At $60 it was earth saving an hour or two. We'd have liked to have hopped on the boat, but it was too busy. So we slung our bikes on the back of the taxi and were taken back over the bridge and along to Fishermans Wharf. ...
... it was also owned by Dario Sattui. He opened the second winery because he had a dream and a passion to build an authentic castle to house the winery. This castle was nothing short of amazing. From the beginning stages of planning, gathering the materials and artisans he would need to complete his vision from Italy, it took a total of 30 years. It was opened to the public in April of 2007. The evidence of this mans passion for wine and architecture are seen in ...