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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Napa for a few hours passing vineyard after vineyard in the charming landscape. Most may say that wine tasting is something you should do exclusively with your girlfriend or spouse, but not Alex and I. We visited a winery around mid day and received an educational complimentary privite tour by a very proud employee of the Hess vineyard who informed us on the very specialised and traditional techniques used by the winery. Learning the process was ...
... were Lewis, Girard, Frank Family, Rombauer, Robert Sinskey, and Chappellet. It was the Spring Release at Chappellet so we got to meet a lot of the family members. Carissa Chappellet has designed a dragon for the release of their Malbec each year and they had the designs etched on many of the magnums which were beautifully displayed. Always good food and wine at their parties and this was no exception. We covered almost 1500 miles on this trip ...
... to put on the garden. He spends a lot of time marauding the chickens because they're so funny and I call him chicken boy. We catch them and make them do the gyro chicken head thing! I spend a lot of time playing with baby bunnies because they're so adorable, they eat grass out of my hand :)
New Year we invited Zach over and had a homemade burger and chips dinner followed by champagne in the hot tub. It was such a funny ...
... 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 ...
... you can't take dogs in the tasting room so he built an outdoor 'suite' for dogs to chill out in whilst the owners get their wine on, how cool! We then travelled further down the Silverado Trail to ZD wines, a much smaller scale vineyard with 26 employees. Here we tasted some fantastic wines, and treated ourselves to a bottle of C******nay, unusual for us as we do not normally like C******nay, but wow! We saw the 2012 Pinot Noir ...