The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa
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... range and variety of wine needs considerably more time than the day we gave it. Once back in San Francisco we decided to ride the cable car to China town. It meant waiting over an hour but the trip was amazing - plummeting down steep roads as if we were on a roller coaster whilst perched on a tiny step hanging on by one hand. The health and safety police would never allow in England. We had a great meal at Hunan Home's Restaurant before heading back to the hotel on the cable car ...
... around town - martinis were $14 and a glass of wine was $10 - but still worth it, considering the view!
Cable car ride again - this time….back to Fisherman’s Wharf and back to the hotel. Ahhhhh, what a day! Neither one of us was really hungry for a big dinner meal….so we just had something light. We joked about having Ben & Jerry’s again, but we showed restraint! Maybe tomorrow! Haha.
In wine country so thought it would be rude not to visit a few before we left went to a magnificent place called Kendall Jackson in the morning, where we got to taste some fantastic wines and had an amazing laugh with the server who started tasting with us !!!! He then recommended we went to a place called paradise which ...
Practically everyone that I spoke with about San Francisco recommended checking out the sweet little town of Sausalito on the other end of the Golden Gate Bridge. My brother and his wife opted for the option of biking across the bridge and down to Sausalito when they visited. Matt and I (a bit lazier) decided to just take the ferry there and back. ...
FaceTime with South Africa to start the day off nicely. On the itinerary for this morning is Muir Woods. The Muir Woods National Monument is an old-growth coastal redwood forest. Due to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the forest is regularly shrouded in a coastal marine layer fog, contributing to a wet environment that encourages vigorous plant growth. The result is a beautiful cool woodland with enormous trees towering above us. We ...