Maison Fleurie - A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hills of San Francisco and I couldn't help thinking how refreshing it was that they still allowed passengers to stand up on a tiny platform outside the cable car, simply hanging on to a bar. If people are sensible, they'll be safe. I had a seat (facing outwards) on the way out, but was standing on the outside platform on the way back. Between the journeys I had a wander around Westfield, San Francisco and was fascinated by their escalators which go up and down around ...
... for a wine tasting inside and to eat our lunch alfresco in the olive grove. Nom, nom, nom very nice fresh and tasty food. My taste buds are extremely happy we are no longer in Alaska.
Saw a hummingbird briefly flit in while eating lunch. They are so cool, but impossible to photograph!
Off to our last stop at Castillo di Amorosa - where everything is good with Chinese food according to the tasting notes. We were obviously being too rowdy ...
... What's the best way to make a small fortune in Napa? Start with a large one." It takes tons of capital to create these vineyards and ultimately to create good wine, and huge profits are probably unlikely and certainly not guaranteed. There are the the vineyard/winery owners who are in the business to create as much high quality wine as possible and turn a profit. Then there are other owners who have often made their millions elsewhere and look at wine making more as ...
... went to another place called 'Lava'. This was a really cute little place with an outside garden and a little bar inside. The staff was great and entertained the crowd with some live guitar music and jokes while we tasted our wines. We ended up buying a bottle of very tasty white wine, which we saved for our last night camping. Since we had enough wine for the day, we decided to just cycle around and see more of the town itself. We ate an ...
... up the mountain, precipitation begins .... dry on the other side of the mountains. Could this have been true? Next, I was entering giant, old growth redwood tree country (apparently, also Bigfoot country). At one point the highway reduced to two very narrow lanes curving through trunks of giant redwoods. Now, instead of hugging rock I was hugging bark - very cool. As the rain became heavy again, I decided to stop for the night in Garberville. I checked ...