Oleander House and Garden
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... we managed to hit at the peak rush hour. The avarege speed at less than 20km/hour we were almost bored, but got to our accommodation quite early nevertheless. The Oleander B&B is very sweet, and we even have a balcony and a fireplace in our room. Of course, the air conditioning was way too cold, again.... We had our dinner at nearby Mustards grill, which was excellent. It was also comforting to watch how the locals really watch that nobody drinks and drives... Sent from my ...
... combined art and wine). Eventually, we ended up at the Sterling Winery where they have a very good tour (including a gondola ride to the top of the hill to survey the valley) which culminated in a tasting by a blazing fire. All very nice. In addition, we got a glimpse of the "Real Castle" that everybody was raving about... An Italian castle which had been brought over and re-constructed brick-by-brick.
... cross that off the bucket list! We stop for some photo ops (you have to stop!) and then drive on.
We make great time to Napa and we are finally pulling into the parking lot of the Discovery Inn. Thank god, because my ribs are really hurting and I need to take some pain killers!
This region is amazing! if you have never been to Napa and the wine country... you have to go! Jim and I both agree ...
... s land. Joanna and I learned that this house and land was previously owned by a reclusive former veterinarian who literally kept her doors open at all times, allowing wild animals like boar, sheep, goats, raccoons and birds to enter and defecate as they please. Horrendous, as Joanna would say. This was astonishing news, as in the true remodeling fashion of Lexi, the house was in amazing condition, ideal for this occasion.
The first evening the sister inn, Lavendar, which was a couple of blocks away was having a wine tasting so we hoofed it over there and enjoyed some good wine and cheese and good company with other guests and a delightful hostess who had lots of stories to tell of the area.
The next morning we borrowed the bikes (Pee Wee Herman style) and had a ride around the village and the ...