Ink House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Laurent’s winery and – combining it with vineyards in nearby Yountville, Oak Knoll and Calistoga, California – founded Markham Vineyards. Markham’s purchase drove annual production of the Laurent vineyard ...
... Harlan was afraid we’d leave before he got a chance to eat here because friends have told him that it’s an excellent restaurant. He’ll let you know what he thought about it.
After that we wandered through Oxbow Market with Danica and Matt. They’ve been to Napa a few times, but haven’t visited it. Then we went blackberry picking behind the Elks along the hiking trail. ...
... then took off in the trusty Jeep with new expensive shoes all the way around.
Our adventure today took us toward a little berg named, St. Helena. No, not the one that 'blew its top' several years ago (I guess now decades---time passes fast when you are having fun), that one is in Washington, and it is called St. Helens. Anyway, I digress---about a million and a half other folks (doesn't anyone work anymore) were also on the road seeking ...
... taking winery. Situated just across from Artesa, we realized we'd seen it already from Artesa. This one had another marvelous patio overlooking the vineyard and the valley below. We perused the gift shop and we stumbled upon a book of the most notable wineries in Napa. We leafed through it to see if we'd picked well today, and were delighted to find two of the wineries we'd visited in that book. But there was also another winery that may have well ...
... anecdote out of the way, let's get back to Napa. Wednesday morning we collected the hire car and proceeded to head over the Golden Gate Bridge towards Sonoma and the Napa Valley. I am pleased to report it was a relatively painless drive, although concentration levels were at an all time high trying to stay in the lane without constantly veering to the right across the lane. The left hand drive feeling is a weird one, but we made it in one piece ...