Sheraton Sonoma County - Petaluma
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Louandsi stayed here on Aug 4, 2010 during their trip titled: The Long Road Home.
Woke up to a grey
sky. We later learnt this is common for the area and is sunny by lunchtime.
Given the size of the suite, we decided to try and sort out our stuff so went
and brought another suitcase. 3 hours later we were ready to roll again.
Short hour drive to
Petaluma (no more state lines) and we were at another hotel …
We drove through San Francisco north to Petaluma. It took a few hours as it was rush hour. I don't think we actually got very far. I got sick of driving and Cody was too tired so I took an exit, drove a few blocks, saw the oasis that is Sheraton before me, and now I am in king feather bed heaven! Once we were settled in our room I went for a swim. …
... drink. Ruth then returned and we had a nice chat during the drive back to the boat.
Once back in Belvedere I spent the afternoon chilling out on the docks of the yacht club. It was an enjoyable afternoon until I got a phone call from Chris about 6pm asking where I was. He said I was supposed to meet him at 5.30pm so we could go sailing with his friend Jib. I don't remember him asking me this so I put my bag in his boat and head over. I got shouted at to hurry up and jumped ...
... office and his motorbike and car collection.
Chris has some serious motors, including 2 Ferraris, 2 Rolls Royce, 2 Deloreans and more. He also has about thirty different bikes, mostly English Triumphs, I’ve never seen anything like it! His mechanic turned up at one point, who was also English. He was really posh and it turns out is from Nottingham, certainly private schooled then. We then headed to Ruth’s house in the Ferrari 360 ...