Candlelight Inn Of Napa Valley.
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... a small town with a centre square. Lots of eating places, quaint shops. I talked to a local who had a dog walking business - she was walking a cross between a poodle and Labrador - just looked like a very tall poodle.
On the coach again for a short ride to Napa - a bigger township ...
... replied that that was fine and that we could leave. However, he then changed his mind and told us to fill out a card while he went upstairs to check something.
What should have been a snobby dismissal turned into one of the more interesting wine tastings on the trip. As Jonathan filled out the form, a lady was standing in the lobby with a miniature pony wearing ridiculous boots. She enthusiastically explained that Winnie was a therapy pony and that we could pet her ...
... successfully got out 3 times yesterday, but wasn't smart enough to get very far and today we've made his pen more secure. The new born bunnies have just started squirming about and growing fur so we have about a week until they are hopping around; very excited!
Then there is the coolest dog enclosure I have ever seen, sofas and all sorts. 3 dogs live in there because they have been known to be vicious so we don't play with them. There are 2 other dogs, Saphire ...
... really great white wine. Their vineyards are less hot so they can produce some really interesting juice!
Last stop of the day was to revisit Merryvale we absolutely love their wines. We had another tasting which included their Premier 2010 stunning and some other Cab blends wonderful wine.
We will walk into town tonight to enjoy a local wine bar this first visit to Napa has been a wonderful experience.
... do not recommend driving yourself around Bali, but being driven is a lot of fun. They drive on the other side – at least in theory. In practice, the lines on the road are suggestions and are widely ignored when it is pragmatic to do so, which is often. Scooters are the most common form of transport, and we frequently saw families of 3 or 4 stacked up on a single scooter. To cap it off, the vehicular equivalent of personal space is virtually nonexistent ...