West Sonoma Inn & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... purchased our bottle of Korbel made with organic grapes to celebrate and wandered back to the campground.
The day was hazy and cloudy, but we were just 17 miles from the coast and decided to check out Goat Rock Beach after the man at Potter Creek Winery highly recommended it. The drive was lovely, through more vineyards and small towns. We came out to the ocean and immediately saw harbor seals popping up all over to say hello. ...
... Leila's Dad and Annette McMorrow Whiteley, Simon's Mom. They exchanged beautifully crafted vows before a nattily dressed crowd, under sunny skies and temps in the 80s. Toasts were made, glasses were clinked and everyone relaxed into the moment. The dinner was delicious and après a long line of revellers snaked its way down the street a few blocks to the River Theatre, a fabulous venue for dancing all night long to a 6 piece rock band complete with a horn ...
... tight, so no bug entry there.
I went for a walk before dinner. Down to the bridge and back, passing by the sweet little Inns I like so much. (One of them was used in the Bing Crosby movie Holiday Inn, not clear on which one) The decks over the river are a delight with a glass of vino and a snack. I didn't stop today, even though the weather was very nice. However, once the place is done and I have a bit of free time up here I plan to become a ...
We woke up this morning wondering if we were in California in July. It was about 50 degrees F, foggy, and misting but we figured that at some point it would warm up and/or clear up.
We set out to explore Bodega Bay, the setting for Alfred Hitchcock's movie, "The Birds." I was not a fan of the movie, but it sounded like a nice place to get some pics of the beach. We arrived to a gray, cold, wet fishing ...
... one, made a few turns, found lots of 'road end' and 'no through road' signs, went up a hill and back down that hill, followed a road.... you get the point.., it was a beautiful drive, but a bit too long and either Napa Town does not exist or we just didn't recognize it. Hours later we found our way back to the freeway, drove over to Santa Rosa in the Somoa Valley and ended up staying at another awful but cheap Motel 6