Alexandra'S Plaza Suite
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... a tractor pulling a cart and we learn all about Biodiversity in wine making and growing of the grapes. We even get to taste the purple grapes that were just harvested that morning. We are then shown the process of how they crush the grapes (sorry Lucille Ball, no stomping in bare feet) and then we enter the wine cave that houses from 3,000 to 4,000 barrels (not kegs) and each barrel produces 300 bottles - oh ...
... realised that I could just cycle to Belvedere and return the bike the next day, as it was a 24 hour rental.
So I managed to park the bike before talking to another Irish guy about where to park it. I headed to a burger joint that people where queuing out the door for the last time I arrived. I took it to the park and watched the boats go by, and yes it was really tasty. I then jumped on my bike and cycled towards Belvedere along the ...
... Rock). Nap Over.
One of the reasons we wanted to stay here another night was that there was to be an evening jazz concert in the park amphitheatre with wine (free) and food (not free, only bar-b-que). And indeed, the music started at 6:30, in a fantastic setting with the sun shining brightly off the mountains in the background and the 100 or so folks in attendance gently ...
... in particular. It was a really interesting place, and those who love the work of Jack Kerouac would really love this quirky museum.
We then continued our journey be cable car into Union Square so we could take the opportunity to do some shopping. We did find our way back to the hotel before heading out to dinner at Fog Harbor at Pier 309. Again, we got a lovely meal.
We had done some research into the best way to get to ...
... told us how the British winery had shipped in the on-site bell from Britain, and other aspects of the building from other parts of Europe. We completed the tour, finishing off in a plush dining room towards the back of the building, where Capri Suns had been placed on the tables for the children. I badly wanted one...
We then headed for home, and with Francisco intent on disagreeing with the GPS, I looked out upon the sea of vineyards along the road home.