Black Sterling Villa and Vineyard Estate
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is in their own world
And finally, here’s a list of the lessons I learned from the trip:
- Don’t have in your life things, people, jobs, careers, hobbies, that don’t make you happy or you don’t find fulfilling. Life is short. They’re ...
So first off, I apologize for falling off the face of the Earth in this blog. I've grown a bit bored of blogging in this format and have been wayyy behind on typing out each daily entry.
As an update, I spent the summer in Alaska on the Coral, went home for a few weeks in where I celebrated Mike's 28th birthday with him roadtripping through Oregon before we moved from Washington to the Sacramento area of California. I was only ...
... guessed it, at Dennys! Then we were back on the road and had much better luck finding Highway 12 in Santa Rosa, the road to Sonoma. This is a scenic road with a canopy of overgrown trees, lined with miles and miles of vineyards and wineries.
Sonoma has a quaint city center with all the shops and restaurants surrounding the city park. We checked out Sonoma Cheese, Winery and Deli tasting different cheeses and browsed all the wine goodies. ...
... Chinatown and went to Wells Fargo Museum. Amazing. Back to hotel to pack. N fetched car and we went to Botanical Gardens in Golden Gate Park. Plants from all over the World. Very peaceful. Lunch in de Young museum. Short walk and then fetched wine and on to airport to meet MC. Drove to Sonoma stopping at Golden Gate for photo shots!! On to Cavedale Ridge. Arrived in dark but the house is phenomenal. Everything so well thought out. All fell into ...
... I was in a supermarket in Manhattan recently and had seen these for sale - for juice perhaps. They are very red and fleshy inside. Sonoma is also known as 'The Valley of the Moon' (I think it's an native American Indian translation of the name). We came across a mural of Sonoma town which featured the moon and along with the dairy cows (see photo).
One more night tonight and then driving to the airport lunchtime ...