Sheraton Sonoma County - Petaluma
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... therefore got a very inside look at the life of a wine grower and blender.. and the whole process. It was a really interesting and fun experience which I would thoroughly recommend.
On the inbetween wineries, Travis gave us background information and history of the area and at one point, we had a wine trivia quiz.
The first question was 'How many grapes in one bottle of wine?'
'400!' I picked a number out of thin air, which turned out to be ...
... was like an old lion trying to show he was boss.
As we got closer, he just moved into the righthand lane to let us pass.
What a relief!
Our next stop was at 300 miles, where we stopped at a Wendy's and bought two slices of pretty icky pizza for lunch, which we ate in the car park next to their drive-thru window and by the bins. Great location.
This also provided a good loo stop and a wealth of interesting things to buy.
I was intrigued by a shelf ...
... of the Golden Gate Spires poking through the fog. But, the same as the last dozen times I tried to get this shot, the fog was everywhere and it did not give me the shot I wanted,well, maybe next time.
This KOA is full of kids and foreigners. We pretty much laid low and relaxed.
I don't know how many people know, but American Graffiti was filmed in Petaluma back in 1972. AG is one of my favorite films. The combination ...
Stephen was heading to San Francisco to do a story on the Pride Parade and we decided at the wedding yesterday that this was an event not to be missed. So we were up bright and early and San Francisco bound just after 8am, no mean feat after the wedding yesterday. Chris and Jess chose to relax at Carols so it was just the three of us.We parked at Berkeley and caught the BART ...
... for cyclists and very, very many stairs for pedestrians. We quickly came to a unanimous decision that we were NOT going to walk across the Golden Gate Bridge. While we decided this was a good decision, we still had a very, very long walk back to the Palace of Fine Arts to catch the bus back to the hotel. The moral of this story (venture) is: Don't believe the guide books. Both Lonely Planet and Eyewitness Traveller ...