Sonoma

the baloney bug

Our plan after a week in San Francisco was to spend a long weekend in Sonoma.  We’d been to Napa when Adelaide was a few months old and were excited to see Sonoma.  Sometime late in our week I glanced at our flight reservations to realize our flight home was actually on Saturday, not Sunday like we’d thought.

We had to make our trip to Sonoma a little bit shorter than we’d hoped and stopped at one brewery and one winery before heading to Sausalito for the night.

Also, random side note: we chose to have a stopover on the way home in Minneapolis because we find the airport very family friendly.  One of the central terminals has a Chick Fil A right across from an amazing children’s play area.  Even if we only have a few minutes, we will stop there because it is such a win to let your toddler get some energy out halfway through your travels.

And all the parents said, “Amen”.

(I realize this sounds incredibly lame to all the childless people.)

the baloney bug

the baloney bug

the baloney bug

the baloney bug

the baloney bug

the baloney bug

California, we love you so much.  Until next time, my friend.

Comments

  1. Seriously, why can’t more airports have play areas? We scoured the Atlanta airport for theirs, only to find out that the website we were looking at had old information and it had closed. The only one I’ve seen so far is a teeny tiny spot in Akron/Canton.

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