Aurora Park Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Only a short drive from Sacramento. About two hours. With wine and scenery. Mental note: do not visit Napa Valley during the summer. It's 40 degrees and blazing hot. We had lunch in St Helens. I noticed a roadside restaurant with a row of people waiting to order. Turns out they served organic burgers etcetera. Gott's Roadside. And as it was hot, Alice decided to go for the spicy chili. Hmm. We drove in ...
... whilst we ate some yummy food at the Black Bear diner - great food and very friendly people - actually everywhere so far everyone has been super friendly - we like West Coast living!! :-)
So with our bellies full and our RV now working and fully stocked up we headed back to the campground ready for the next day and wine ...
... in France who is following up her studies. Well done, Ariana.
But, remember, we are still in wine country so the afternoon science class was given by professor Heller, Steve, and it was a master class on discovery of viticulture and enology, on site. Elena and Ariana picked samples of the Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot grapes and analysed the level ...
... to sunny Napa Valley. Four hours later we arrived at our new hotel. I literally had time to drop off some of the bags before leaving for our 'Lunch Above The Clouds'. We had been given instructions to the Vineyard, which involved 'sharp left', 'fork in road', 'dirt road' etc. Not the easiest place to find (we had to double-back once) but boy was it worth it. A vineyard (named Chateau Potelle, they're ...
... We spent all day visiting three different Wineries to taste their produce. The first was one that G and T have visited previously and they are part of their 'Wine Club’ so they were familiar with the product. This was all a new experience for us of course, and I soon realised that tipping most of the samples away rather than ‘glugging’ them was the order of the day or I would NOT last the course. The ...