Chateau De Vie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Red red wine can't get you out my mind
Where ever you maybe I'll surely find
I'll surely find make no fuss just stick with us.
Ah, Napa Valley and UB40's Red Red Wine song. I will have it blaring in my headphones as I ride thru the valleys of this great american wine country. And Yes! I do not drink. But I will get drunk on the joys of this ride and shall not spill a ...
The Napa valley... The land of the rich wine lovers. I wouldn't say that Barney and I are wine conisours, especially not driving around in our minivan. So driving into one of the largest and most prestigious vineyards in California was strangely daunting. Beringer brothers winery was first established in 1876 and creates some of the most delicious wines in the Napa valley and once we got over ...
... Susan and Rick are very warm and friendly and I can't wait to get to know them better.
I am thinking that I shall need to print some photos and buy a couple of frames so I can have a few of you guys around me :-)
We are currently shattered and Dustin is already asleep (I shall be copying soon), the only plans we have for tomorrow is to sleep in, do some exploring and relax. Has been a long day for us (mainly Dustin).
Wish us luck x
... of being underground.
Their wines can only be purchased at the winery. They don’t sell at retail stores or out of state unless you’re a member of the wine club. Because of that we thought they’d be expensive, but the wines were priced from $21-35, lower than most that we’ve visited. The newest reserve wines were much higher priced. We enjoyed all of the wines. Maybe that speaks to our lack of sophistication for ...
... our friends, and a little website known as Groupon, to go to Napa Valley. We do love wine, and we do love pretentious people, so why not?! And what a great idea it was! The drive over was beautiful, and the town was surprisingly normal. I know it seems weird for me to say that, but I just expected Napa to be like the resort area we stayed at in Mexico - one giant winery mansion/hotel over a rolling vineyard next to a river or lake ...