thanks for the memories
i just wanted to thank you, you were all so helpful giving me suggestions for my cali trip. (it got pushed back two days, just as i suspected it would…)
i compiled everything here so we can follow the trip you designed. hope there’s time for everything, i had to abbreviate it as it is. so here’s what i hope to fit in to our currently scheduled itinerary:
if you and your man are into food, (we are), try point reyes and cheese at cowgirl creamery
hmm, ok why not?
The new Ferry Building is wonderful – so much fun to walk through, and you could stop in at the
Slanted Door for lunch
Go past the Golden Gate Bridge, up to the Marin headlands for view you soon won’t forget.
Love Napa as well and had a great meal at Mustard’s many years ago. omg
Discovered Cakebread wines in Napa and love their wine.
Just coming back from Laguna Beach…I would have to say it’s one of my favorite destinations…So many artists in the city!
I live in Santa Cruz, but I love to go up to Rutheford (Napa Valley) to Auberge de Soliel, (i have a feeling this is gonna be good)
sit on the deck at sunset and have a few cocktails.
stop by Chateau Sonoma
and then have a bite outside at The Girl and the Fig.
Of course you are most welcome to stop by my shop if you make it to our sunny beach town. yes of course, where is it?
this just in from colleen, a definite must do:saffronandgenevieve.blogspot.com
I live in the redwoods! Search it in Sunset.com.
go to Carmel. I’m sure you’d love it with all the “fairy tale cottage homes” art galleries, quaint shops,
and great little restaurants.
You can take a stroll on the beach too. Another beach, yay!
If you really want to dazzle your eyes, take a day and see William Randolf Hearst’s Castle!
these were some of the early guests. i can only imagine the raucous days and nights this place has seen!
ok well that about does it, i have 4 hours to get some shut eye and get to the real thing! good nite!