We had some dates across the Bay bridge in Oakland, but felt it best to forage for a good coffee to fuel the journey as […]
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We could have happily stayed a day in the cottage on the ranch, but duty called, more food and bakeries to research over the big […]
Currently having a night ‘off.’ Sitting supping local wine on a cane chair on a verandah outside our cottage on the Webber family ranch just […]
Tonight was to be the seminal point of the trip for me. Dinner at Thomas Keller’s French Laundry. A restaurant I’ve been wanting to visit […]
One of the joys of the Napa and Sonoma areas is that everything is so close together. So even heading out of town in the […]
Probably THE highlight of the 101 comes as the road leaves the coast not far south of Eureka and is renamed the Redwood Highway. Between […]
For the uninitiated the 101 runs from Seattle all the way down west coast USA. We are going as far as LA. When folk heard […]
4th July dawned bright and sunny and off we set to find some breakfast, not at dawn admittedly.
Sad to leave Seattle and our houseboat, but excited about the next stage of our adventure, the much lauded Portland.
Another exclusive food blog with Hospitality Business: Follow Lesley Christensen-Yule on her travels through Europe and America.
Upon experiencing another glorious day, we’ve decided the impression one has that it’s always rainy in Seattle is a local inspired conspiracy.
Al Brown’s food and travel blog, day 5, first day in Seattle: crumpets, Le Pichet, Pike Place & more.