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The road to the castle was uphill and lined with tall cedar trees which seemed to be standing at attention. Guarding and welcoming visitors to Castello di Amorosa.
The castle was spectacular. Built as a love letter to the owners Tuscan heritage. The floors were uneven, candle light in the corners, wine and cheese and archways and dungeons. We loved it.
For lunch ...
... tour of the back lot. Skull island was great thought the dinosaur was going to get us for a bit. The car was rocking and rolling thought we were going to be tipped over, the 3 d is amazing. Went and had another couple of rides the the bus home. Got back to hotel a about 9.30. We were both nackered. Straight to bed after setting alarm for 4 ...
Having left Portland we had a few hours drive left until we actually reached the pacific. When we got there the weather instantly changed from a sunny, clear day to a cold and misty one and this was set to continue all down the coast. As we stopped along the way the impressive views out to sea were actually still really cool as the mist added an eeriness to the views and as evening approached the piercing beams from the lighthouses made for a enjoyable ...
Jellybeans and beer... We headed off early again to squeeze everything into a Napa day trip. Stop 1... Jelly Belly factory tour. They did such a cute tour and we got to sample their newest flavor ... Draft Beer. Which isn't near as gross as it sounds, and was a foreshadow of our next stop, The Budweiser brewing plant. Two glasses of suds and a walk through the brew house and bottling areas. Standing there watching all the bottles go by, we felt like Laverne ...
... because Zach is so ridiculously clumsy and dappy that he was an endless stream of tipsy comedy moments. We played an epic game of 4 way Pente which took us to midnight when there was more champagne, and then we all fell asleep within half an hour.
Now we're on our last 4 days here before we head to the vineyard down the road, so we're hoping to visit Jim's winery tomorrow and Ron has promised Daniel he can try shooting a pistol!