The Napa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the weather. That night we stayed at a Oceanside motel and stumbled across the most amazing Thai food which warmed me up nicely for my trip over there! The next day was again mostly a driving day however the coastal drive took us through the humbling redwoods. We stopped here and did a few short hikes and drives to see some of the most impressive of these legendary giants and as you explore them you do get the feeling that you have stepped into ...
... wine .. but only because it was bubbly and sweet like soda. Napa winery tour... Check. Our friends raved about the Rutherford Grill and it's fabulous rotisserie chicken. The restaurant is owned by the same group as Houston's, so that was a plus. The rotisserie chicken was indeed fabulous. It's like ya-yas chicken (for those who know what that is). We headed back to the city and watched the temperature go from 85 in Napa to 61 in SFran. Wow! The hills are ...
... though he thought it was a good plan to go paddling in the green and murky creek so he turned from a white dog to a white/grey/green dog; no more cuddles for him!
Workwise I've been making greenhouses out of milk cartons for newly planted sweetpeas, watering the garden, and doing daily eye baths for a baby bunny with yukky eyes. Daniel has been weeding the garden, helping Pete with some building projects in the barn and turning ...
... as I mentioned earlier, Wayne and Arlene treated us to dinner at Ichi Riki, a favorite of both my parents. No photos, just a delicious Japanese dinner of sushi, chicken teriyaki, and tempura bento box for me!
Saturday morning came early as we filled up the car with gas at $3.79/gallon, about the cheapest around here. Then, we headed to Napa to see our niece, Staci, and my sister-in-law’s son-in-law, Vincent, aka ...
Having spent the weekend in a final frenzy of last minute errands, packing, farewells, and hyperventilation, we ended up with about a half hour free before it was time to leave for the airport. This time was largely spent pacing. When we went to check in on Sunday night, the web site informed us that Olivia had no ticket; after a few phone calls we were able to get assurances that we just needed to check in at the gate and all would be well. This was not ...