Ink House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... quite close but our stomachs were still rumbling when we got there. We popped into this winery hoping? expecting? it too have some good food offerings like Hunter Valley or Christchurch but no. A cheese or meat platter and a "we don't want to take from the wine" were our options. So we plowed on to Napa and came across Downtown Joe's Brewery and Restaurant. Great place overlooking the river, home brewed beers and a good ...
... 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 ...
... Bonna wasn't too impressed with (she HATES raw oysters--even un-raw ones).
At the outside vendor portion of the facility Bonna was able to buy some really good tomatoes and peaches she fell in love with. But we could NOT find any lettuce so had to go and find a traditional grocery store (Walmart) to get the lettuce. Back to the coach where I got a call that the Napa Elks would hold an RV parking space for us if we arrive ...
... 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 ...
... Moonglow’ in his language and Xavier in English. We got a really good view of the landscape looking down into this valley filled with grape plantations. Apparently, the hot air balloons fly past these fields every morning. We were lucky to be shown this ‘secret garden’ that Xavier was designing for VVIPs (think ambassadors, politicians, celebrities etc) which provided the prettiest (unobscured) view of the valley. Xavier also brought us into the caves where ...