Arbor Guest House

Address: 1436 G Street, Napa, Napa Valley, California, 94559, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1436 G Street, Napa, is near Balloons Above the Valley, Napa Tours and Chauffeur, Vintner's Collective, and Wine Country Safari.
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Travel Blogs from Napa

Rails, Trails, Wines and Vines in Napa!

A travel blog entry by shellingtons on Apr 06, 2015

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We rolled into town on Easter Sunday and explored downtown for a little while. Numerous buildings are still under repair from a 6.0 earthquake last August, and one billion dollars in damage. The downtown is very beautiful with numerous shops and restaurants. We had a great lunch at the Napa General Store. It is a very old building that has been turned into a store and restaurant. We spent the afternoon visiting a couple of ...

Almost like France

A travel blog entry by stl312 on May 06, 2014

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The trail goes up and up to over 1000 foot elevations (the house is at 800 feet-we can sometimes see the soaring hawks eye to eye) and to meadows where we have spotted families of deer with velvet antlered bucks and California quail.


In Sonoma today

A travel blog entry by markandkaren on Apr 23, 2014

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Went with Meagan to town of Sonoma. Toured Sebastiani winery. Part of the reason that Italian wine is so expensive is that a barrel made from Italian oak is $1200-$1600 before the wine is even added. And each barrel is only used to "cure" wine twice. An interesting feature of this winery was that an artist had worked there in his retirement and created many wooden sculptures which were placed on the vats, doors, etc. Joined their wine ...

Race Day!

A travel blog entry by chapmanomalley on Aug 03, 2013

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... Gate Bridge and the city, it was quite something to witness despite it being a tad chilly. We did two loops round buoys and the team worked really hard. We ended up first across the line and the shotgun blasted just before we came across signaling the end. It was a pretty fun experience; with a guy called Glen being there big rivals finishing third.

We then sailed into towards the marina and had lunch on the boat and a couple of beers. I had a sandwich ...

Starting the trip

A travel blog entry by sullivanscoffee on Mar 26, 2013

I found out a week ago that our house in PDX is changing - all for the good. I am now motivated to get started on the next grand adventure. Whether it will be from the Bay Area, I don't know. I have 3 itineraries - one the Silk Road, one to circle Africa and one to settle in ...