Cottage Grove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Calistoga
... beautiful and scenic but slightly more commercial and the wine was nowhere near as good as Rombauer. We were about to give up hope when the last wine they served us was delicious... so again, we couldn't help ourselves and bought 3 bottles of it!
Off to the next campsite we headed to Alexander Valley and are now parked up ready for some more wine tasting tomorrow, this time in the Sonoma Valley.
... you attach to the dumping area to dispose of waste and waste water. We rescued our plastic tube from the main road and headed back to the RV center....on the way spotting the rest of our extendable tube on the driveway and reclaiming that also.
We were given a new extendable tube and sent on our merry way thinking all was now well.....apparently we were wrong...
After stocking up on food and equipment we headed to Napa. Beautiful scenery and many many vineyards for us ...
... spent quite a bit of time picking blackberries in the past week. The blueberries are small, but sweet. Danica and Matt took a container home. I’m not sure, but I don’t think they get as excited as we do when it comes to picking fresh berries.
Judy and I took a side trip to Sonoma on Monday. Harlan and I were there before and I knew Judy would enjoy it. There are lots of boutique shops and ...
... hour and a half to Calistoga, where our hotel is located. The countryside seems very familiar, and looks just like the Swan Valley; lots of little wineries and fields of grapevines.
We arrived without incident, and I managed with the driving quite well, and got more confident as we went on. It's quite disorientating, sitting on the wrong side of the vehicle, and trying to remember which side of the road ...
... amp; Port - After stepping into a dusty barn where the walls were covered in dollar bills, we weren't sure what we were in for but the port and dessert wines did not disappoint.
Keenan - Mom and Joe described this place as a "big party," so no surprises why it was B's first pick. Driving up a winding path, we kept stopping to take in the scenery. Great wine (paired with an awesome gouda), really friendly and knowledgeable host who drank ...