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The stop for lunch needs to improve tremendously. Most restaurants required reservations. We walked all over the place trying to find a place to eat. We had to order a takeout, with no place to sit and eat. We found benches to eat that didn't have any shade. Going forward a restaurant needs to be apart of the agenda with reservations so that we may be able to eat in comfort. Also a guide aboard the bus is needed, we passed a lot of places of interest that should have been told to the tourists in details.

The guide was very knowledgeable . Our bus had mechanical problems and our guide quickly arranged for a replacement bus. Muir Woods was a. Great experience. We could have used more time in Sonoma to have lunch and explore the town. We are at Tasca Tasca, a Portuguese tapas place that was excellent! We recommend it! Wineries were ok. We know a lot about wine and have favorites. We would have been Ok with going to 2 better wineries than 3 mediocre ones.

Great Day! Started the morning with an early morning walk in the Muir Woods followed by a beautiful day in Wine Country! We ate at the Girl and the Fig (Highly Recommend) on the Sonoma Square - it was crowded but we were able to sneak in at the bar. Wine was great, driver was really helpful, and the weather was perfect- couldn't ask for much more. Cheers.

A fun day overall. Our guide was Dustin, who was entertaining and knowledgeable. We enjoyed walking around Muir Woods and visiting a variety of small wineries. As with any bus tour, everyone should arrive a little early for pickup, be sure to get back to the bus on time at each stop, and bring cash to tip the driver.

Visited 3/4 wineries and they were all great. Some bigger than others but all offered the same sort of thing. Some lovely unique gifts & magnets. Was nice learning the history of Napa valley and the beginning of wineries.