Vineyard Rv Park
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Day 160 - Today we drove to Vacaville and tomorrow we will visit Wine Country for real. Up to Napa and possibly back to Sonoma (we did drive through there this morning). The area is beautiful. I found lots of old barns, and spectacular looking Vineyards with large homes and beautiful landscaping. We passed by Jacuzzi Vineyards - ...
... the path and encouraging
me to go.
Mom and Dad, I am so thankful that you both always support my
adventures in life.
Patty, sister, you're coming soon
Last, but not least, Kim. You took such good care of me while I was
there. Daily, you checked on me to see
if all was well, you cleaned by room, sweep my floors, made my bed, and let me
into your world.
Sugo, the dog, I will be back!
... 8217;s definitely a good place to stay in especially if you visit with your significant other (unfortunately I visited with my a girl friend…). But I’ll definitely be back should I find a significant other!
Staying in this B&B entitles guests to certain discounts (or 2-for-1) for certain wineries (Celeste includes a list in her welcome package). Guests at the B&B also receive a free tasting at their affiliated winery – Uncorked. Normal patrons ...
Before we walked around Downtown Napa, we enjoyed a delicious breakfast at the Beazley House. Today was the first day of the annual Farmer's Market, so we walked from the Beazley House to Downtown Napa to take in the town. We stopped by a local art gallery and I bought a lovely print of Napa Valley. I snapped pictures of the historic Victorian and Craftsman houses along the way.
We packed up and ...
... cost about $100,000. Converting to modern dollars, using the Inflation Calculator, that's a very large chunk of change: roughly $1.9 million. Cheap at half the price.
After the O'Neill tour, we went to Pleasant Hill to have lunch with Mary Ann and her husband, Claude. I have known Mary Ann since sometime before we started Kindergarten; I'm not sure exactly how long, but call it nearly 50 years. I always enjoy seeing her when I get ...