Wine Way Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWine Way Inn Calistoga
First one to stay in and it is quite quant but nice. Very friendly host and the place is close to the Main Street.
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... all of them over a hundred years old, including a bungalow belonging to a revolutionary called Hudson who was one of the leaders who wrested California from Mexico to the US. Lots of history here.
Again, we didn't taste the wine, but really enjoyed the stroll.
Believe it or not, we'd been a whole morning in Napa Valley without trying wine, and it was close to lunch time.
So we headed into St Helena, another Napa town, parked ...
... to need to stay focused and choose where we would like to spend the time that we had available. We chose 2 winery's that were family owned and didn't distribute their wine through retail stores. They only sold it at the winery or through placing an order with them and shipping it directly to you.
We all needed to eat before we started sipping on wine so we found a cute little italian bistro with outdoor seating to take advantage of the beautiful weather.
... of looking like completely underdressed bogan fools we actually found the winery to be a very welcoming place. One of the Napa valley favourites is Zinfandel, a sweet wine that I had never heard of before (probably because I only ever drink moscato which barely counts as wine anyway). So with a bottle in hand and a few good photos to remember the place we were satisfied with our wine ...
... escaped our notice when we were planning travelling distances. So we figured we needed to be on the road by 8.30am with some communication with my host family in Napa we were able to organise to arrive around 8pm.
The drive was long and boring, traffic made the drive a bit longer as did our few stops for toilet, food and stretching breaks. I spent my time reading, singing , staring out the window and talking to Dustin. This is due to the fact that my ...
... or they’re all very good wines. The gentleman pouring our wine was from Syria. He’d only been here for a few months. Before coming here he lived in Dubai for 10 years. We asked him if he had family in Syria and he told us his mother and a sister were still there, but they were in a safe place in Damascus. What a worry that would be.
We left the castle and drove into Calistoga for lunch. It’s an old town with western style facades ...