Candlelight Inn Of Napa Valley.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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We learned much about the wine (like how grapes grow best in nutrient deficient soil) and truth be told - I could have stayed there all day enjoying the immaculate grounds and unique wine.
Napa Valley is just 27 miles long and has over 400 wineries. Perfectly straight rows and rows of grapes. Fantastic.
We learned about some of the local restaurants (many of them Michelin star!) One ...
Having left the clear blue waters of Lake Tahoe behind we took the Amtrak to Albany in the San Francisco East Bay. Staying at Kirsten and Filip's awesome pad, our equally awesome friends D and Matt turned up from Big Sir with a bottle of bubbles that we drank quietly late into the night. The next day after shooting across the Bay Bridge at breakneck speed past standstill traffic (courtesy of the carpool lane and FastTrak bridge pass, thanks Matt and D!) we chowed down on ...
... just outside the park. The next day we arrived at an extremely parched Yosemite. Rivers were dry, lakes were puddles and waterfalls were reduced to mere trickles. The main reason for this is that California is in a record breaking drought at the moment which has subsequently caused wildfires in the Yosemite launching clouds of smoke into the parks valleys and mountains. This did therefore make for a slightly underwhelming impression of the park, however it ...
... enjoyed it. California has such a vast array of microclimates and each is beautiful in their own unique way. We did see and experience the incredible draught the state is experiencing. From not being served water at restaurants, to empty swimming pools, lakes being extremely low, to the miles and miles of incredibly brown fields, one can not stop and wonder how this is effecting the economy now and in the future. As we left we pray for rain and no ...
... has been confined to a solo pen again.
Newborn bunnies are growing nicely, 4 of them have their eyes open now and the other litter of 9 are fine except for a little white runt I have named Squishy who seems to still be half the size of the others.
We've had a few dead gophers and rats floating about recently, courtesy of the 3 cats. Once they finish throwing them around they crunch them to pieces, ...