Part two of our San Fran trip coming right up!
We woke up early on Sunday morning after a late night out. Mine and Kevin’s schedules were all messed up because we were still on eastern time so even though it was 9 a.m., it felt like lunch to us so we got sandwiches and salad for breakfast.
And macaroons, of course!
After a lot of traffic and a cracked iPhone, we walked into our winery tour about 15 minutes late. Thankfully they didn’t seem to mind too much and let us catch up with the group.
Kevin’s cousin, Brian, is a member at Jarvis Winery, a family-owned amazing winery seated at the most breathtaking spot in California. It was probably one of the nicest places we’ve ever been. Thanks again for the passes, Brian!
The tour group small, which allowed us to ask our tour guide a lot of great questions. After walking through the cool caves, it was time for our tasting!
Immediately after the winery, Kevin and I said our goodbyes to Peter and Ali before we headed to check into our hotel just down the road. We had to get ready in a hurry because we had a wedding to attend!
Jeannie and I were in the same sorority and Brett and I lived in the same building freshman year so it’s safe to say I’ve known these two for awhile. The whole ceremony was absolutely beautiful, and I especially loved their vows, which included a Friends reference!
Our travels home were not so fun, which included our first flight being delayed because of a flat tire on the landing gear. At least there were movies on the plane! This flight was definitely the biggest we’ve ever been on – a 777 – which was a nice change of pace from the little 44 seaters we always wind up with when flying locally.
We thought we’d have to run to our connection in O’Hare, but we showed up to find out our flight was delayed three hours. So what do two young, hungry and tired travels do? Find the nearest bar! Thankfully we got there right before they closed!
Congrats again, Jeannie and Brett!! 🙂