Aurora Park Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Microwave in room
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... has invested a reported $35 million to recreate the castle from his Italian birthplace. Complete with drawbridge, towers, moat and dungeon it serves as the home for the current very modest winemaking on site. Enjoy the photos! Then we're off to Palm Springs via Bakersfield-----can it be done without travelling Interstate ...
Air BnB cute little room above garage
Highlights: Pretty drive through vast farmland, stopping off at quaint Hopland for lunch at Bluebird Cafe, interesting stop at Real Goods Solar Living Centre learning a bit about what it means to live sustainably, quick stop at Francis ...
... really nice white and reds.
First stop Anderson's in Conn Valley St. Helena. This is a real gem of a place and well worth a stop if you are coming to Napa. It has a great micro climate lots of sunshine it is nestled in the valley protected from the fog, perhaps climate for great Cab grape growing. We were met by the marketing director and a group of 8 were taken to their storage caves for the tasting, we sampled their whites all they way ...
... from Europe filled with old materials and furnishings used in the castle built with the more than 8,000 TONS of local stone which was hand-chiseled. He also bought nearly 1 MILLION antique, hand-made bricks from Europe. This medieval castle has a moat, drawbridge, 5 towers, high defensive ramparts, courtyards, loggias, a deep well, a functioning church, stables, an outdoor oven, a GREAT hall and even a prison and torture chamber and OF COURSE MANY ...
... a few sips of each. :)
Our next stop was Silverado winery, where we simply admired the gorgeous views of the valley below and marveled at a tableful of empty wine glasses - there must have been about 3 dozen of them. It was either a big group, or a fabulous time, or both.
Next up was Clos du Val, where we also skipped the wine in favor for the marvelous grounds. This one had a few cabanas right by the vineyards, and they were all ...