The Chanric Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Chanric Inn Calistoga
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... in conjunction with the precision-like driving skills of Herr Vettel I was all set to guide our Chevy SUV with distinguished passenger on board in the direction of the largest of California's viticultural regions. The DoP&C for DV&WP (and bar) set off from sunny Larkspur Thursday morning heading North along the 101 on the 40 minute drive to Sonoma County with our destination being the MacRostie Winery. Throttling down from warp speed my ...
... in France who is following up her studies. Well done, Ariana.
But, remember, we are still in wine country so the afternoon science class was given by professor Heller, Steve, and it was a master class on discovery of viticulture and enology, on site. Elena and Ariana picked samples of the Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot grapes and analysed the level ...
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Pretty smooth move from Napa Valley Expo to Elks #832 Lodge RV Park. 12 spaces on gravel, level and BIG surprise, they have 50 amp service. Couldn't get into the first spot we tried but successful on the second 'landing'. Pulled out BBQ, bikes, and chairs since we will be here about 10 days as we wait arrival of the ...
... couldn’t wait to get to Napa as it so hot outside, I would absolutely loathe it if the car breaks down (we saw a few smoking cars along the way). Once we’ve gotten past being awestruck by the scenery, it became rather boring as the same landscape repeats itself over the 7 hours drive. As my friend (and DD) commented, people tend to forget that there is nothing much between LA and San Francisco!
Still, the drive to Napa was absolutely worth it. First of all, ...
... we could try their other wines. We learned they have a sister winery and we really liked those red wines more, but of course they are more expensive, oh well. We ended up buying a bottle of the red zinfandel at the end of the tasting. Then we called it a great day, and headed back to camp to fix dinner and relax. As we were finishing dinner, a young couple pulled into the campsite next to us and set up camp, and pulled out a bottle of wine, and we thought nice they ...