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... some of the streets with lovely traditional mansions then parked & followed a walk through the historic city centre
Then on to Sonoma where we stayed 2 nts at the Fairmont - huge suite very comfortable
Complimentary wine tasting in the impressive foyer, then a fabulous dinner in the MIchelin-starred hotel restaurant ...
... turns and beautiful views were the order of the day. The turns, however, were usually bending around sheer dark rock that prevented you from seeing the other side until you were there. Up, up we climbed. Not has high as Pikes Peak or Switzerland, where we've driven before, but tighter and greener.
Suddenly we were on our way down again. "Did we miss it?", I asked. Because Mt. Tamalpais park was defined as everything we were driving through, we didn't really ...
... a street performer doing a few magic tricks which was neat to watch for awhile. Though there's a ton of food options, we ended up deciding to get grilled cheese from Boudin yet again because it was just that good. ;) After dinner, we visited the visitor center at Pier 39 to get some help in understanding the MUNI system. After a bit of walking ...
... figured out which garden plants to plant in order to control bugs such as attracting lady bugs to take care of aphids which are a death sentence for grapes. They have several owl boxes and bluebird boxes to attract the birds which also help with insects. Ingenious!! As you walk the grounds there are several spots where you can read about what this family is doing and how it is done. Hats off to them!
... the smooth jazz vibe.
Side trivia note: the lead guy/trumpet player was the one that played the trumpet solo in The Godfather III. We don’t exactly remember that solo, but anyway….
So that ended and we walked the 200 meters or so back to our campsite, fired up the pit and caused about a dozen marshmallows to pay the ultimate price for their puffy no-good ...