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Old Sep 21st, 2018, 10:59 AM
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Trip report: girls trip to Sonoma/Napa/Yountville

Every year my girlfriends and I go on a trip (without our husbands and kids!). Even though none of us drink alcohol, this year we picked Sonoma/Napa because it's close by. We focused on restaurants and a spa visit.

I wrote a trip report with our itinerary, photos, and food costs:
https://fanofblank.blogspot.com/2018...y-without.html

Hope it gives you some ideas!
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Old Sep 22nd, 2018, 10:26 AM
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Great report!
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It would be nice if you posted it here as well as on your blog. Many people will not click through to look at your blog.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2018, 05:13 AM
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That was a great report lindygirl. I really enjoyed the format.
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Thank you, everyone! It was so nice to get away even thought it was only for a few days. I'm already looking forward to next year's trip. Always looking for ideas from other fellow travelers to please feel free to recommend one of your favorite spots!
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super detailed report!!!
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lindygirl, you guys might like Portland, OR. It is a fun city with a young vibe.
Sedona, AZ might also be a relaxing place, with a side trip to Tucson.
Austin, TX is also a great city with a good foodie scene, lots of outdoor activities.
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@nanabee - we've discussed Sedona, AZ before. A yoga/spa retreat sounds wonderful and prepared healthy meals. Not sure we'd get up super early but at least we wouldn't have to cook or figure out where to go/what to do.
Love Portland, OR and we've all been there a few times. One of the Connies lived there for a while (and Seattle). But I'm always game to return - the food scene is great.
Austin, TX is also fun - I was only there for SXSW once so I barely scratched the surface. I think we would enjoy that!
Thanks for your great suggestions!!
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