Fanny's Bed and Breakfast
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... was just wonderful. The clam chowder was excellent!
We built a fire when we got back, made some s'mores and talked about our day. It was unanimous, even though none of us are big city people, the unusual vibe and location of this beautiful city was well worth the trip in to see it. Tomorrow we will go to wine country and visit some winery's and then drive down the costal highway. It's time to get some sleep. We have had a very long, very full ...
... 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.
... we could purchase some of their Profile wine so we will be coming to Napa yearly to pick up our case of wine which is really not a hardship :-) Their C******nay was well balanced and wonderful, their Merlot was a great price and again really well balanced, this will be added to our collection of great house wine, we will be going back to buy more before we leave Napa I'm sure.
We walked into town for dinner, enjoyed a meal at Oenotri I ...
... 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 ...
... a few sips of each. :)
Our next stop was Silverado winery, where we simply admired the gorgeous views of the valley below and marveled at a tableful of empty wine glasses - there must have been about 3 dozen of them. It was either a big group, or a fabulous time, or both.
Next up was Clos du Val, where we also skipped the wine in favor for the marvelous grounds. This one had a few cabanas right by the vineyards, and they were all ...