The McClelland-Priest Bed & Breakfast Inn
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Napa! Who would have ever guessed that we would love California as much as France! Or at least THIS part of California! Our house for the last 3 weeks has been magnificent beyond words.
Part of what makes it so spectacular are the vistas ...
... a section of the upper deck collapsed onto the lower deck and the bridge was closed for a month. They have reconstructed the eastern section as a suspension bridge which only opened in September and is currently the world's widest bridge. We stopped at Treasure Island for a view over the bay to see the San Francisco skyline at sunset before heading to the Nespresso shop for a long awaited coffee.
... really great white wine. Their vineyards are less hot so they can produce some really interesting juice!
Last stop of the day was to revisit Merryvale we absolutely love their wines. We had another tasting which included their Premier 2010 stunning and some other Cab blends wonderful wine.
We will walk into town tonight to enjoy a local wine bar this first visit to Napa has been a wonderful experience.
... and bacon that turned out to be really spicy, my Irish palate was burning for a few minutes after. I presumed the race was over but I soon learnt that we had a second race to participate in. It took an hour between each race to set up due to technical difficulties. Once going we didn't have the best start and kept in third position for quite a while. This Glen was ahead of us and the crew kept an eye on him. We got very close to the second and third boat and were in ...
... some other tourists- Linda, Greg and Mike at the Berlinger winery and they recommended us a few places on the road to LA. Also they gave us a valuable tip, which I'd like to pass forward: When driving south over Golden Gate bridge, you need to pay toll. But there are no stations. You need to prepay online, otherwise it will cost you. 491 USD to be exact. Ouch. Luckily we knew. One unfortunate event of the day was however the ...