Capay Valley Bed & Breakfast
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... s Wharf where we rested and enjoyed a tasty seafood dinner and a glass of wine at Pier 39. The sun was setting and we still had to ride a few miles back to the bike rental shop. With aching legs we pedaled (and walked up the hills) to our destination. It was nine hours of spectacular sights and definitely a great way to see the neighborhoods of the city...an adventure to remember forever. Back in Napa, Jim and I did a little ...
... a worthwhile stop for us. First stop was the Oxbow Market, a small boutique like market with various little organic food stalls. We all ordered something different from the different stalls and, nit having had breakfast, tucked in with some gusto. We then drove over to our hotel, the Napa Winery Inn, checked in but missioned straight out again to do the Robert Mondavi wine and tasting tour that started at three. We got there just in time, but ...
... to eat before working the overnight shift at the huge hospital complex, a little less than a mile from where we were staying. At this time we plan to stay another day here, but that could change if the sun doesn't appear and the winds diminish somewhat. In our style of camping, -- wind, cold and rain just doesn't cut it.
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Jan, Dolly and Chi-Chi the dog.
... Thus THAT is going to take some time also. I enjoy the 'mobile deposits' with Wells Fargo, but as most BIG banks they are too restrictive in regard to amounts and frequencies. Western State is telling me they will let ME determine those parameters--I enjoy working with the smaller banks as they are so flexible.
So---my final assessment of the day---I should have just stayed in bed.
... barrels of wine were stored – and it absolutely smelt like wine inside. When the time is right for tasting, people (who pay a lot of money) can do barrel tasting over here! Apparently, it’s exclusive in the sense that you can’t taste the wine anywhere else (well, that’s why it’s called barrel tasting I guess). The caves were an absolutely labyrinth – 3 turns into the caves and one would be absolutely lost in the maze.
For food, ...