Arbor Guest House

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

San Francisco to Sonoma to Napa

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Aug 11, 2014

4 comments, 31 photos

... bridge was the tallest and largest until 1964. The towers are 500ft, there is enough rope to go around the equator 3 times and enough concrete to build a 5ft walkway from San Francisco to New York. It is 1.7 miles (2.7 kms) across and the colour is 'international orange'. It is built to sway 12ft, but this ...

Napa

A travel blog entry by dseals on Apr 26, 2014

12 photos

... enjoyed it. California has such a vast array of microclimates and each is beautiful in their own unique way. We did see and experience the incredible draught the state is experiencing. From not being served water at restaurants, to empty swimming pools, lakes being extremely low, to the miles and miles of incredibly brown fields, one can not stop and wonder how this is effecting the economy now and in the future. As we left we pray for rain and no ...

Liftoff

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Aug 26, 2013

4 comments, 2 photos

... around 7PM in San Francisco; Olivia was asleep by the time we took off.

I tend to get very introspective on long flights, particularly across the ocean and at night. The TV in front of us had all kinds of maps built in that would tell us our position and show what was under us, which was mostly a lot of water. Every once in a while the map would show a tiny island off in the distance. The combination of the late hour, the total isolation from the rest ...

Kayaking day 1 - Phang Na Bay

A travel blog entry by sefleming on Jan 23, 2013

16 photos

... a birds that I was unable to get the names of today. Perhaps what most captivated me wee the Jellyfish. There were simply hundreds of them. Most were if the large whitish variety, and many of them were distinctly oink. They probably measured a food across, perhaps 2 feet long, divided into two distinct segments. The rounded in front segment had beautifully defined gills around its circumference and seemingly covering the entire half circle that constituted that half. ...

Juneau, Alaska

A travel blog entry by nvfsvf on Sep 13, 2012

142 photos

... the visitor center but Neal walked out to the point in the rain. The Mendenhall Glacier is large, massive actually, but lacks the beauty of the other glaciers we have seen so far. We learned that the Juneau Ice Field is the largest ice field in Alaska. We get back to the Inn around 5:30 - we had planed on eating in the room, but between the rain and the steps we opted to check out the Douglas Cafe - lumpia - coconut chicken curry - ...