Casa Lana Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... dollars you could ask the mechanic to fire it up. The engine was sitting on the back of a trailer and was around three metres across and five metres long, and the sign said it was super powerful.
Lunch was a democratic affair - there were four cafes in a row, Nepalese, Health, Deli and Italian. Bill led the rush, it was delicious food from Nepal. The food was just right for lunch, and Robyn had chicken tika massala and Jonathan grilled lamb ...
... Like the grapes they used and from what region and why they choose that particular fruit. It's a real education and a very enjoyable experience. We bought some C******nay, Pinot Noir and Madeira which is like a Port.....Amazing stuff!!!!
The next winery that we chose was Castello di Amorosa which was in the town of Calistoga, CA. We chose it because it was also a family owned winery without mass distribution of its wines. We found out during the tour we ...
... by the campfire I couldn't help but feel like this is a pretty awesome place to be. Maybe one day I'll come back and stay in a fancy BnB or maybe I'll come back to the yurt because although it might not be as stylish or as lavish it does have a gl******** in the roof where I can fall sleep watching the stars. And that, might just be the best part of this whole experience. Until tomorrow, Bec ...
... before San Franscico that only takes cash, and we had none! so we had to zoom off a exit and use the GPS to locate a ATM. By this time tiredness, boredness, hungriness and a need to go toilet was making both of us grumpy and snappy. Once we got off the Napa exit we found a restroom which eliminated one problem, trying to find somewhere to eat was harder, everywhere we found turned out to be closed (at 8pm!?) due to hunger pains and a want to just get food and ...
... in a small way, with just one Main Street and every second shop sells wine or has tasting wine available. Thank goodness we can walk down the street from our lodgings. The shops have the old frontage but inside it is boutique style. We won't be buying anything here. I've had my last drive in the states coming down from Corning to Napa this morning. It was a good trip down until I struck the SF traffic and then back onto 5 lanes going 65mph. I find that quite scarey. It was nice ...