The Pink Mansion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Napa and Sonoma valleys are famous for their wines. This is where we have decided to spend the next three days, visiting friends, the Hellers who have spent the last three years realising their passion of making wine. Joan and Steve Heller have offered us the cute guest house of their beautiful estate along with their hospitality, so we can enjoy ...
... we had a super long drive the next day. We caught a taxi and gave him 3 different destinations as we kept changing our mind, in the end we went back to hotel. Decided we needed a wakeup call so we got one sorted for 7.30am and packed our bags for a easy check out.
We had discovered the day before that the drive from Las Vegas to Napa was a 9-10 hour drive. We did not see that coming, seems the somehow in the organising accomodation this leg of the ...
Oxbow Market on First Street was the perfect start for our pre-booked tour. We met our guide, Maria, and Peggy and Scott from Indiana, and began our tasting tour at 11:00 a.m. What better way to start a day-- a superb C Casa breakfast taco of eggs, cheese, avocado, and tomato served on a lovely patio bathed in brilliant sunshine on a picture-perfect day in ...
... the dump station, or pay $10 to have a mobile one come to you.
Next we parked and walked through the rec center. It was a little nicer than the one at Platina , and the pool was bigger, but half of it was for adults only. They had a nice cooking area too for making bigger meals.
We made a plus/minus list for the ranch at Paltina, we both agreed that we didn't even need to do that for this one. We left the ranch headed for Carmel...so disappointed.
After a very healthy and hearty breakfast and a muscle-loosening morning soak, we faced our dread of tackling Mt. St. Helena in reverse. Back in Middletown again, we pre-fortified for the effort with beer and pizza at the appropriately named St. Helena Brewing Company. However, we were pleasantly surprised that the return trip was not nearly as arduous as we had imagined without the benefit of terrain cluelessness the second time. We internalized ...