Churchill Manor Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChurchill Manor Bed and Breakfast Napa
I would definitely recommend a stay here. Love home, great service, and close to DownTown Napa. Would stay again.
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This morning we woke up inside a marshmallow.
That is exactly how it felt.
Surrounded by layers and layers of soft fluff we opened our eyes, awake with excitement for what the day would bring.
Armed with my Wine Journal we met our driver Siad at 10am.
Our first stop was a winery owned by a former COO from Disney. Frank Family wineries was beautiful. It was 10:15 am and we sampled 4 wines. Excellent. I ...
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 ...
... and tasting the grapes/raisins straight from the vine we could see why their wine was held in such high regard- the most expensive grapes we'd ever try! We then did the tasting. Feeling extremely pretentious we tried 4 red wines and attempted to extract as many flavours as we could and probably failed miserably. Nonetheless the wines were all great and the tasting was good fun and not at all romantic. We then drove towards Yosemite where we crashed at ...
... Once back in San Fran we made it our mission to find and drive down Lombard Street (steep street with 5 hairpin curves). We found it and did the trip down twice. Once with the top down so I could record a video of it. That street's not too bad but there are other streets in the area that are so steep I almost lost my lunch going downhill. Tomorrow we are going to ride a cable car, go to a cool flea market and overnight in the surf town of Half Moon Bay. Miss you ...
... down in a cone to drain, before being hot water dunked to loosen the feathers. Next comes the bird plucker which does most of the work for us, before we finish pulling out the downy feathers by hand. The last stage is to chop the feet off and learn how to take it's insides out without bursting any nasty bits. Very interesting stuff! Overall we beheaded 3 geese and 5 ducks, and Daniel and I had a go at each ...