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... through the cork and trying to sell cork removers (not cork screws) at inflated prices. Their Wine Club didn't seem such good value as the Nicholson Ranch. I didn't buy any. Our next stop was Yountville, Napa Valley, a charming town, enhanced by charming weather. Just 60 miles away from San Francisco and the temperature rose by five degrees to 25c, which was very pleasant. I had lunch with Connie and Paul, retired siblings from Boston. They had been visiting their sister ...
... we get back to SA. I am finding this all way too stressful. We played a bit of touch rugby together as a family which was fun before heading back. A quick wander around the town (approx 6 shops) and then we drove on highway 1 stopping at a few view points, did a short walk to the cliffs edge but turned around when the next part of the path way straight down. Then back for dinner with the Hedlund's and a movie Epic, ...
... bridge, and spent a couple of minutes at the Vista point (and actually more queuingy there) before heading to Muir woods national monument. The drive there was exciting: narrow and curvy road ascending and descending. And clouds: we drove in clouds! After we got to the park it was a chore to find a parking spot, as we arrived quite late. Nevertheless we managed to hike in the park for almost two hours admiring the heights of the redwoods. After that detour we headed out to ...
... afford the Cabernet)- we had totally written C******nay of as garbage until we had it here in Napa - we bought 3-4 bottles here (even though we cant really afford it) because it so damn good. We are even thinking about buying a wine fridge when we get back to Chicago!
Napa was really fun and romantic but probably designed for folks a little older, fancier, and with heavier wallets than Patti and I. We will revisit one day when we have some real cash to throw around :-)
... is a nice tour, and we did end up buying $100 worth of wine.
After Mondavi, I was going to stop at V. Sattui, but decided to go to the end of the drive to Sterling Vineyard. Like other wineries, this place charges admission. Mondavi charged $25 for his tour, and Sterling charged $25 to ride the gondola to see their tour.
The ride took you to the top of the hill, ...