1801 First Luxury Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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While most of Napa isn't as picturesque as I'd imagined, it is a beautiful valley overflowing with delicious-albeit expensive-Cabernet wine. Our stay was really made perfect by our new friends, Cam and Jim. Both work as wine makers in the industry and they were kind enough to house us during our stay. This meant insider tips on the best wineries to visit, where to name drop for discounted samples, all the best insider scoop on local eats, and a yard full ...
Omg the bed is made for a skinny midget . I got up first time nearly doing somersaults to get in. Hard as a rock and my arms hang over the side. Up about to go to toilet had to crawl back in like a snake. The room is 40 inches wide that is not real wide. By 5. I had had enough let me out of here so I went and sat in the diner. Stayed in the room and slept most of the day. Read and play pet rescue no wifi access on train. Tonight we are going to leave our chairs up and see how we ...
... and the breathtaking setting but because of the combinations of flavors in our ultra fresh foods.
Chard, kale, lettuces,fava beans from the vegetable garden, and orange sections right off the trees came together for salads. Scott and ...
Headed toward a church that sounded Bible-based. It might have been, but we got there to discover that the message may have been primarily in Chinese. So we went to the Calvary Presbyterian church near Meg and Nathan's apt. That church, too, had a mix of cultures. The beginning songs and Bible verses were spoken in 3 languages-Chinese, Korean and English. Then we ...
Even though we are working for our board, Christmas means plenty of excuses and opportunities to take time off for fun stuff! On Christmas day Kirsten and Ron left for Kirsten's parents place in Oakland while we were enjoying our lie in. To our surprise when we came in the kitchen there was a stocking from Santa to us! Very thoughtfully they had bought us headlamps each, chocolate, oranges and a pot of marmite! So it was a marmite ...