Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... diner. After a couple of egg white omelets, we're off to Novato to find our temporary abode. What a great place..a very smart one bedroom apartment built over the main house, located at the end of a cau-de-sac. After schlepping three suitcases, three duffles and too many boxes and bags we finally start to unwind. We are somewhat horrified to think how much stuff we have to get rid of by the end it the month. That however, is a story for another ...
... a another make and model?) Jeans have to be dark, tight fitting and straight cut. (Uhhh boy). No T shirts where the sleeve might fit more than one arm? (They make them to fit only one?). No running shoes with space age synthetic fabrics and upturned tips. No fleece? No backpack? No belly belts (which Alex says your stylish Parisian derisively calls a waist banana). What kind of backward country am I going to? How ...
We are in groups for chores - cooking dinner, washing dishes and cleaning the van. Dinner was spag bol with salad, then smores, which were delicious but messy!
Our tents are 4 man tents so they are quite comfortable for 2 with luggage. I didn't sleep very well because i didn't have a pillow.
The next day we went for a 5 mile hike, partly along the coast, where we saw whales far out at sea, it is not the usual time to see them so we were ...
... Vineyard for lunch. With passengers on board we headed off for lunch and tour of the Wildcat Mountain Vineyard that borderlands between Carneros and the Sonoma Coast. The vineyard consists of 4 acres of syrah, 23 acres of pinot noir and 23 acres of c******nay, all on volcanic soil with elevations ranging from 500 to 700 feet overlooking San Pablo Bay. The site itself is 1500 acres of pastureland where dairy cattle still roam the undulating hillsides ...
... br> Then a stop at Muir Woods.
Despite the relatively short time there, it was one of the highlights of the trip thus far. Lots of superlatives have been used in our trip narratives, and no sense in adding any here other than to say it was a borderline spiritual experience. No camping allowed in the park, unfortunately -- but did get some good tips on available sites up Hwy 1. So off we went.
Alas, we found that our ...