Motel 6 Rohnert Park
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... prices. Undeterred at this stage though, we pressed on to search out the other few vineyards on our 'short list'. The remainder of them though ended up being fee paying tastings ($20 +) and the wines were all around $60 +++! Mark was not happy as he had been looking forward to this excursion as part of our holiday.
So, empty handed and very unimpressed, we headed home via Downtown Napa and the Oxbow Markets where we picked up some breakfast ...
... everyone had the love and support needed to overcome the hardest times of their lives…we can only hope they can find strength enough to reach out and get the help from others that they need. That’s all I have to say about that… :/
On a better note, amidst the chaos around me, I still enjoyed the positive effects that this landmark brings. It really was an awe inspiring feature that temporarily connected the hustle and bustle of ...
... left that you can drive through. Luckily for
us, all three were on our route so we planned to drive through the last 3
I would tell you what time we left our hotel, but time has stopped having
any meaning for me.
The first leg of our trip was mostly coastal highway and once again it was
foggy. It really was beautiful but there wasn't anything new to see. It didn't
take us long to reach Klamath, California which is the site of the first drive
... The lady in front was not quite in control of her massive SUV (from Idaho!) and I had to give her lots of space. We inched up the 27% gradient to the Stop at the top and then launched ourselves very gingerly down the eight hairpin bends. There is a better picture here. On Youtube you can watch it happen - I like the Poodle driving the Prius - very San Francisco!
Even our journey ...
... Hitchcock Coit.
Lillie was rescued from a fire at age eight. She became somewhat of a mascot for the fire department and eventually became a volunteer firefighter. She was a bit of a character - I found this tidbit kind of interesting:
'Firebelle Lil' Coit was one of the more eccentric characters in the history of North Beach and Telegraph Hill, smoking cigars and wearing trousers long before it ...