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- Swimming pool
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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So, Day 2 of *Driving Ms. Kathy*...;-) I learned my lesson of Brady's idea of a departure time and decided I wouldn't miss out on a bit of exploring. So, I headed out to explore North Beach...a really famous area from the Beatnik days, ahead of the hippie days in Haight Ashbury. I found an old photo of the Kingston Trio online (sadly, I do remember them...) standing in front of the historic Sentinel Building.
I had a lovely time wandering...breakfast ...
... several of the area’s most fertile growing regions, most notably the areas that border Mt. St. Helena around the Calistoga, Yountville and Oak Knoll communities. The brand has consistently engaged the counsel of industry experts ...
... a few. I'm finding that our cellar is now growing a really cool multi dimensional way.
From there it was off to Casa Nuestra - this was recommended to us by a local gal we met on our first day in Napa. It is a small family owned operation I just loved it here very unique. The tasting room is filled with memories of the wine maker over the years he's had visitor's as famous as Elvis Presley who was filing in the area in the 50's. Their Cab blend ...
Picked Jacob up in Monterey and headed straight to Big Sur. It was nothing that I had imagined. I was expecting lil beach towns with beach combers galore, quite the contrary. There were vacationers, but sparse. The place had a local vibe to it more than a touristy one. There were maybe 4 gas station/stores along the 70 mile stretch of Hwy 1. To get supplies to these remote resorts is difficult and so everything was pricey!!!$$$$ Our first night's stay in Big Sur was at Fernwood Resorts. ...
... in the very reasonably priced ($15 per person) 'tasting' gets a full facility tour with each of SIX wines (most places only were giving us 4 tastes and ranged from $20 to over $50 for the privilege) being 'presented' in a different location of the surprisingly large facility. We had a very gregarious and passionate about her job girl lead our BIG group of four on basically a private tour. We were taken into the various buildings, through an ...