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... sobre el perfil del vi. Steve, Joan, ens ho estem passant tan bé! Grącies una altra vegada.
Al vespre, sopar a Farmstead a St Helena, un restaurant on cultiven les seves verdures i fruites i compren a les granges de proximitat. Es diu km 0, no?
I demą al vespre, cap a San Francisco, ja hem trobat apartament i tenim ganes de viure uns dies allą.
... back to the park and a walk on one of the trails. We'd been walking for about half an hour when we realised that we should probably head back as we weren't really prepared for the walk - no idea what time it was, no form of communication, no map to give us an idea of the trail length, etc, etc. Back to the tent where we had some snacks, drank a few beers and played some cards. Bedtime came early, as when the sun set (~9pm) we didn't have light to stay up ...
... took it real easy, ate breakfast, and drank lots of water. Then we prepared our selves with lots of water and pretzels to eat in between the wineries. We also determined that we didn’t need to drink all the wine poured during the tastings, we only needed to taste a small sip and it was polite to pour the rest of it in the waste buckets. This would ensure we could make it through the day without being drunk. Our first winery we traveled to was Michael Mondovi. ...
... set camp for the night. I gladly accepted and after some internet, I biked to her farm located on Silverado Trail Road, just outside of town. Kirsten welcomed me on the property and I met with Megan and Sara, two wwoofers (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms). The property was well located with a large vineyard, some fruit trees, 3 lovely dogs and a keg of beer in the garage. We all sat at dinner with a delicious stew made by Megan and drank some of their wine. Simple and ...
... we wandered back to the hotel... only to get sidetracked by an arcade (Musee Mechanique) that had games in it from 50 - 100 years ago. Some of the games were pretty cheesy and others were definitely targeting the morbid curiosity (movie pictures of the 1906 earthquake) and some for the saliors that haven't seen female flesh in awhile (movie pictures of pin-up girls of that era). I stuck a quarter in ...
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