Cottages on River Road
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Got talked into going back to the pub in town (2 min walk). And had a good time chatting to a Spurs supporter from London, but lives in SF with his wife (she was there too btw) He said I didn't "look gay" I asked him did he think we all wear pink and drink Appletinis??? Just then the bartender said "try this" and handed me a bright pink drink, which looked like Campari. Tasted vile too. I do love that bartenders always want me to try out their new ...
... white dog was there to greet us as we walked into the tasting room. The room was a standalone building and was little bigger than your average living room. The salesman for the winery was over the top friendly, offering us as many tastes of wine as we would like as well as recommendations for food in the area. We had the place to ourselves until we were getting ready to head out. It was such a pleasant experience, and we left happy with our ...
... and chocolate stores. Dark chocolate + carmel + sea salt = heavenly!
Our last stop of the tour was Andretti Winery in Napa. This place was also stunning! We were able to test 4 wines and then purchased a glass of wine for $7.00. The grounds here were probably the prettiest out of all 3 and I wish we could have seen ...
I did not manage to get the blog posted last November, so I am putting the Thanksgiving trip and the January trip in one post. It is in chronological order… Enjoy!
Kg November 2012
Notes From Monte Rio Day one… RAIN! Luckily, it held off for the long drive until we hit Santa Rosa, and all our work is inside this trip, so it is OK. It is supposed to rain until Thursday, this is Saturday. So real problem will be getting the ...
... for done fine entertainment. It turned out that Fort Bragg was the last major town we would see. The Mendocino and Sonoma coasts to it's south are sparse when it cones to services.
Not far south of Fort Bragg was a town that is much the opposite: Mendocino. It had a Victorian feel to it architecture-wise. Strangely, though, every other building has it's own water tower. I later found out these were relics of the old gold panning days. It's main drag was ...