Black Sterling Villa and Vineyard Estate
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As the boys are with their billeted families today, the rest of us headed off to the local factory outlet shops for some retail therapy. There was many a bargain to be had. We all left the bus with the wise words of Mr. Glen Hannah "Remember, it's only a bargain if you need it." This was meet with a 50% approval from the members of the bus.
... blog on our last trip, I took another photo of the backyard. It's greener and prettier as Spring is here, dry, but here. The flowers are blooming and the leaves are soaking up the sun.
I discovered after my last blog that not everyone knows to click on the photo to see a larger version. If there are several pictures, they may be viewed as a slide-show. I won't name names, but go ahead and try it, click on the photo. See?
... country so we did and wow it didn't disappoint, we then decided to head out to a beautiful place called bodega bay where we went and chilled on the beach for the sunset before playing cards in the dark so a nice lady came and gave us a camping light so we could see what we where doing, some Americans really are just nice people ...
... and even a bit like Great Bend KS that has a large 'square' with big trees, or at least the last time I was there many years ago they had big trees. Anyway, Sonoma is a really nice place to check out if you are in the vicinity visiting. Lots of little boutiques, wine tasting of course, and even cheese tasting. We had already grabbed a bite to eat in Santa Rosa so bypassed the many sandwich shops. Checked in on some of the older Sonoma ...
... make church wine. The current owner took over from his father in 2000 and switched the production to exclusive wines produced only by the vineyard, instead of a more generic Californian wine. The regions here work pretty much like the appellations in France, with wine labelled from one of the designated wine producing regions and estate-defined requiring 95% of the grapes to e from that winery and region. We tasted a C******nay, Pinot Noir, ...