The Napa Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the gold rush of California. In the middle of no where, this place was once a large city until depletion of resources and fire rendered it done just before WW2. Due to California's crippling tolls on freight a lot of the buildings were still furnished which added to the ambience as we walked around the deserted homes and businesses of this former metropolis and there was something saddening about the emptiness of a once vibrant, charismatic area. Next stop San ...
... and they are now part of the fixtures and fittings.
Then it was uphill to the bridge and a wonderful ride over the water. It's only when you're up next to the giant towers that you get a sense of the scale of the bridge. It was built in 1937 and took four years to complete, it cost £35m back then, coming in under budget.
Following the building of the Hoover Dam when more than 100 men ...
To celebrate our last day in Napa, Jonathan and I first went to brunch a highly-ranked brunch place, Grace's table, where we had the most delicious cornbread and chilaquiles. However, the plates were quite small so we decided to go to a discount cheese table pairing at this very fancy winery. When we arrived at the gates, the sign said that we needed to make reservations in advance, but, of course, we hadn't. We shrugged and drove up the excessively long drive anyway just as ...
... and sometimes tails, which Nip the dog has been dragging around the yard for the last 2 days.
We took a night trip to San Francisco on Tuesday to have some time away from the farm. We did this awesome trip to Alcatraz island on the ferry, and took a tour round the old prison which looks just like in a movie. It had pictures of Al Capone and the rest of the crazy gang that got locked up in there. Pretty cool ...
... and the winery is close by. So, we did a tasting there. We found that we really enjoyed their wines. Dick also enjoyed the motorcycles that were displayed there, so photos accompany this blog. (BTW-Talbott is known originally for the Talbott ties! The company is based here in the peninsula!)
And, then, of course, the event to cap the weekend was the Monterey Jazz Festival. The Monterey Jazz Festival is the longest ...