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EASTER BRUNCH IN SONOMA

EASTER SUNDAY spent at Oakland Golf Club in Sonoma.  We started off our two hours journey around 10am for our Easter brunch at the club house.  Since our reservation was at 1pm, we stopped at the condo to have a short rest before proceeding to the club.  This is my first Easter overseas and I am so thankful for such an opportunity and memorable experience.

The Oakland Golf Club caters 60 people only at one time, our reservation was at 1pm and since there were 12 of us, tables and chairs had to be prepared before we could enter the club.  Brunch was at $35 with 18.5% tax so it was more or less $45 per pax.  It was an all American food... not international styled and I think my worth of food eaten came to around $10 or so only.  LOL...  Yes, I am definitely a big fan of western food though I was hungry by the time we were led to be seated...

Getting ready to set out for our Easter Brunch....
Filled with gladness and thankfulness.... 
At the condo and at the entrance of the club while waiting to be seated...
Saw this unique chair at the entrance... 

The twelve of us... minus yours truly who took this picture....
My first round.... 

Second round...
My omelette without cheese...
Benedict Egg?  No, I didn't take this... 
Too many eggs for my liking... LOL...
Dropped by the condo again after our brunch...
Beautiful Flowers bloomed at the porch...
Then....It was another two hours drive back to Sacramento...
Till we see you again... 
Maybe in another month or so.... 
Blessed Easter! 


Comments

  1. Claire, you are so beautiful that you make Easter shine!! So glad this was such a memorable day for you!

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  2. Such a lovely Easter Sunday buffet with your family.

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  3. Wowwww!!! Your nephew? So very tall and so handsome...or was it because he was standing nest to you? :D :D :D

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  4. My eyes are admiring you beautiful girls, all dressed for the Easter brunch! I like your omelette and the pretty flowers in the last photo!

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  5. I won't mind too many eggs :)

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  6. pretty ladies...pretty bunch of flowers and nice food!

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  7. All pretty ladies with a ready smile, I like the flowers in the last photo

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  8. i like the omelette but not the other egg with the runny yolk. Good gathering and bonding on Easter.

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  9. Thank you for your lovely comments...due to poor internet connection, I could not reply individually... I will try my best to go blog hopping to each of your blog posts... forgive me if I could not make it daily.. :)

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