The Napa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We went out to eat too: Mexican lunches, steakhouse dinners, arepas from Pica Pica (from Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives), prime rib from the Rutherford Grill, a memorable dinner at the French Bouchon with Elaine and Bill(almost Paris) ...
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!
Even though we are working for our board, Christmas means plenty of excuses and opportunities to take time off for fun stuff! On Christmas day Kirsten and Ron left for Kirsten's parents place in Oakland while we were enjoying our lie in. To our surprise when we came in the kitchen there was a stocking from Santa to us! Very thoughtfully they had bought us headlamps each, chocolate, oranges and a pot of marmite! So it was a marmite ...
... pretty Persian cats).
The traffic in the Pleasanton CA area was as bad as I remembered and of course they had construction. It was so bad (Wait so it) that we were passed by a tree! For additional information you can email me.
We will go to the winery we belong to meet friends from Castro Valley. We will return to the ...
We went to Napa and visited the Benzinger winery, not to be confused with he much more famous Beringer Winery, not only are they a famous biodynamic and organic winery, they make very good wine and there was a playground for Zach. Zach wasn’t interested though so Chris stayed with Zach and I went and tried some wines.