Motel 6 Santa Rosa South
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Early to bed early to rise = up and on the road by 7:30 am.
We have been traveling highway 101 since we started, the highway goes inland for a good ways, through valleys that remind us of Merrit BC.
We decided to stop in a small town called Ukiah for gas ...
... and it is just waiting to be seen. I made the most of every minute I spent in Santa Rosa, and it was a beautiful and natural city. It was relaxing, mountainous, and the sun shone every day. However.. Life for me is about challenges, and meeting new people whatever language they speak. I guess that was what was missing for me, and the fact I didn't really meet any other travel ...
... about our great Aussie varieties. In particular we mentioned the great Mudgee vineyard and wines of 'Bunnamagoo' He now has my e-mail address, this vineyard name and some other info about various Aussie vineyards that he intends to chase up.
We were back to our hotel by 7.30 pm feeling a bit like Joni Mitchell with her 'Big Yellow Taxi'. We didn't know how good we had it back home with our vineyards and the likes of those in Mudgee! ...
... a huge student population as there is a University here, which is actually where Danny works as a scientist.
That evening, Diana and Danny took me to Oakland as they wanted to introduce me to Ethiopian food. They took me to this Ethiopian Restaurant and the food was absolutely fantastic. You have to eat everything with your hands, no cutlery provided. We started off with what I can only describe as samosa's. Very similar but they call ...
Tips for visiting SF:
If you fail to dress warm enough for the trip to Napa valley try huddling beside the tour bus engine, the small amount of heat will warm you up.
A true SF native never leaves home without a pair of gloves and a scarf.
No one can accurately predict the weather. It is just a guess.
Off to Napa Valley on a wine tour. We met our guide, Abe, at ...