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Castello de Amorosa is a 13th century inspired Italian Tuscan castle complete with: a dry moat, drawbridge, iron-gated entrance, five towers with battlements, church, dungeon, great hall, gargoyles and wrought-iron sconces. Tour the castle and taste their wine, then head out to St. Helena for a leisurely no-host lunch. NOTE: The castle tour is strenuous and requires climbing multiple flights of stairs.
Spend the day at your leisure. Monterey’s Cannery Row has wonderful shops, boutiques and galleries for you to browse in. Walk along the waterfront and enjoy the view or bring binoculars and look for wildlife. There are several local restaurants to choose from for your no-host lunch
Stroll along the streets of this enchanting seaside village highlighted by art galleries, boutiques, antique shops and sidewalk cafes. Choose your own level of activity. Make it a day of leisure or one of wandering and shopping. No-host lunch
Explore San Francisco's ethnic Japanese enclave, the largest and oldest one in the United States. This area is home to Japanese restaurants, an indoor shopping mall, and a variety of shops. There are many restaurants to choose for a no-host lunch.
Browse through the gift shop brimming with treasures of wine country. Sign up for a tour and tasting. Relax and spend some time on the deck enjoying the views of the beautiful grounds. After a leisurely drive through the countryside, stop in Occidental for a no-host lunch at one of two downtown restaurants; Negri’s or the Union Hotel. Both have been featured on TV for their home cooking.
Drive along the coast on scenic Highway 1. Weather permitting, stops will include the Dutch windmill and Seal Rock in San Francisco, Fort Funston and Half Moon Bay. No-host lunch in Half Moon Bay.
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