The Napa Inn
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... lodgings at the Embassy Suites - lovely, roomy with beautiful grounds. Joined the Wine Train for dinner - a restored train that takes you up through the vineyards with a wine buff commentating and they then served a silver service dinner - lots of yummy food!
It's a huge green space, 30% bigger than Central Park, New York and we rode through it before heading out into the City and back to the bike depot after around 90k of cycling in what must be one of the more bike-friendly cities in the world.
We then got a cab back to the hotel at around 7.30pm where it was still just happy hour so we ordered 2 g and ts and very welcome they were too!
... replied that that was fine and that we could leave. However, he then changed his mind and told us to fill out a card while he went upstairs to check something.
What should have been a snobby dismissal turned into one of the more interesting wine tastings on the trip. As Jonathan filled out the form, a lady was standing in the lobby with a miniature pony wearing ridiculous boots. She enthusiastically explained that Winnie was a therapy pony and that we could pet her ...
So we made our way over to Napa from Daniella and Tzvi's place where Ron picked us up and drove us out to Omi's farm. Ron is Kirsten's partner, and she owns the farm jointly with Jim, who stays in a cottage on the property. We also met Zach, the previous WWOOFer who was just leaving, and Pete who is the 'fix it man' staying in his trailer here for the last few months. Kirsten also works as a massage therapist out in town and Jim works at a local winery, so during the ...
... jazz festival in the world. It was co-founded by Jimmy Lyons and Ralph J. Gleason in 1958 and has presented nearly every major artist in the world -- from Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Dave Brubeck and Miles Davis, to contemporary masters Diana Krall, Wynton Marsalis and Terence Blanchard. It is held annually on the 20-acre, oak-studded Monterey Fairgrounds. This has been the site of the Festival since its inception in 1958. ...