Cinnamon Bear Creekside Inn
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... run wineries in Sonoma, Gunlach-Bundschu. Established in 1858 and passed on through the family, the business is now run by a sixth generation family member. They have a beautiful piece of property, and we ate lunch overlooking a small lake. Our final winery on the tour, Homewood, was also family owned and run, and we tried their line up of reds in their small tasting room. After this flight of samples, we decided we were a bit wine weary ...
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The anchorage was pretty rolly so we decided to go easy on Shelly and had a picnic on shore at a
lovely waterfront park. We spent the rest of the afternoon checking out Sausalito on foot. It turns out they have an excellent ice cream parlor. Later we had a great dinner at the Napa Valley Burger Company in ...
Another group tour - this time to the Sonoma wine country. We stopped in the town of Sonoma and for wine tastings at three wineries - Sebastian's, Benzinger's, and Chateau St. Jean. We were happy after the first one! Fun day. ...
... of us we killed 25 before we went to bed. Apparently they were coming from a nearby tree. Breakfast wasn't until 8.30 and even then we didn't get it until 8.45 which was late for us getting into SF. All in all it wasn't our best night and by morning we were both a little stressed. I think the thought of our final drive into SF was troubling us a little as we didn't want any mishaps so close to home. The ...
... Bridge and headed inland to the counties of Sonoma and Napa, driving through vineyard country. The weather fortunately was slowly clearing from yesterday's rain and the rolling hills were lovely and green. Not the grapes though, which are Wintering at the moment. In Napa we boarded the Napa Wine Train, which is a gourmet eating and wine tasting experience on an old train of restored Pullman carriages. We journeyed up and back a short ...