Brannan Cottage Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Well, we're heading down the coast to LA today, but before we start we couldn't go without checking out a lovely vineyard in the Napa valley called Chateau Montelena. The winery is in Calistoga, approximately half an hours drive north of the city Napa, which you get to by driving over the Golden Gate Bridge and, on through Sausalito. Chateau Montelena was brought to our attention when watching a movie called 'Bottle shock'. It's a ...
... it has been rebuilt but it's amazing what they used to do. Back on the road and over the golden gate (our first viewing of it in 3days). Starting to pick up speed on the other side we collect a big packing box under our wheel and drag it along to the next exit. Clearing the mess we decide since we've pulled over to skirt through downtown Sausalito before again hitting the freeway north. Pleasantly surprising the wine ...
... have hurt yourself laughing so hard--but it is true---so help me, or I'll go to a confessional myself. Anyway, I tried to get Pete to let me hear his confession but he wasn't 'up to it'.
In another shot you will note a heavily blackened chimney. This represents the chimney that is used to bake bread and pizza each day. TRULY authentic.
One of the shots shows what looks like a 'torture device' but it isn't---it is the 'draw bridge' ...
... 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 ...
Next morning we were allotted our camping slot, so all was well. Graeme and Tammy came to collect us in their hire care (they had flown here from Nashville – it's a VERY long way) and off we went taking in the sights and tastes of everything Napa. As you would imagine, it’s all very beautifully presented – field after vineyard of grapes, Winery’s located in marvelous buildings plus some standard ...