Cottage Grove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Cottage Grove Inn Calistoga
Travel Blogs from Calistoga
... and the bay, many elevation changes, redwood and sycamore trees and fog. Lots of fog. The guys in the pro shop said the fog may or may not burn off. It did for a short time, then came back again. Even though it was cold and windy, we had a really fun time playing golf there.
When we left the golf course, we headed to Lombard Street, the crookedest (is that a word?) street in the US. Great views of the city and bay. Fun driving down it but I sure wouldn't want to live ...
... of looking like completely underdressed bogan fools we actually found the winery to be a very welcoming place. One of the Napa valley favourites is Zinfandel, a sweet wine that I had never heard of before (probably because I only ever drink moscato which barely counts as wine anyway). So with a bottle in hand and a few good photos to remember the place we were satisfied with our wine ...
Another lovely day, looks like we are in for another hot day they weather people are saying 28 or 29. We are going out to spend the day wine tasting and touring wineries...right after we have a good long workout to brush some of the Bubbles out of my brain :-)
We spent the day roaming around Napa Valley tasting so many great wines, and when I say tasting I mean a sip and pour which is really sad in some cases as we were lucky enough to ...
... or they’re all very good wines. The gentleman pouring our wine was from Syria. He’d only been here for a few months. Before coming here he lived in Dubai for 10 years. We asked him if he had family in Syria and he told us his mother and a sister were still there, but they were in a safe place in Damascus. What a worry that would be.
We left the castle and drove into Calistoga for lunch. It’s an old town with western style facades ...
... magnificent view of the Napa Valley. The tour itself was a self guided, boring tour, with tastings throughout the tour. Sterling provided you with a wine glass which you used during the entire tour, and allowed you to keep it for souvenir.
At the end of the tour, it ends at the gift shop with more tastings, and then you head down to the gondola and back to your car.