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... buy any wine, though, or sign up to their Wine Club. Efron, our tour guide and driver talked knowledgeably all the way out, but he was quite bossy and very strict about getting us back on the bus on time. Latecomers suffered his wrath and incurred a lecture on timekeeping and why it was important to keep to time on a bus tour when we have appointments to keep. That's all well and good, but we're tourists and time isn't important to us. He could have afforded to chill out ...
... go for it..... girls get big bag each of self selected beans whereas adults go for a bag of belly flops ( reject beans) and chocolate honey comb. Quick lunch and then short drive to napa and our hotel which is enormous and more like a village. Typical of our trip so far with everything bigger than expected. Room not ready so hang around for a while and then drive to factory outlet ...
... us spectacular views looking back at the bridge over the entrance of the bay. We headed to Sausalito, a small town full of rich people. It was nice for a wander with a harbour view and ice cream.
Further on we found a road to Mount Tamalpais which intrigued us so we took it. The narrow tarmac road wound up and up through forest until we eventually came ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">The landscape opened up after Copperpolis to a vast and gently rolling, but still rather barren and dry, landscape. We did eventually sight some cattle though but not too many! It clearly must be too dry out here for cropping of any sort. There seemed to be an awful lot of land that wasn't doing too much. It wasn't that much further on from this dry landscape though that ...
... looks like a 300 year old Tuscan mansion, complete with trees growing into the sides of the building, gnarled grapevines wrapping around banisters, and panoramic views of both Prichard hill (where $1000 bottles of Cabernet are born) and his awesome gardens. Pat and his wife live on the estate in a gorgeous-looking home camoflauged by ancient trees and landscaping, and they even are somewhat sustainable when it comes to their food -- there is a pen of sheep, rabbits, ...
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