Wine Country RV Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWine Country RV Resort Paso Robles
We loved the park and the area. Very nice staff and a great park. The hot tub is one of the best we have found in an RV park. Well landscaped, great activities, wine tastings etc.
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... and Pinot Noir. In the evening we caught the charming trolley bus down to the Famers' Market, where all sorts of food was on offer. The Main Street was cordoned off and stalls had been set up. The place was buzzing and the 'meet the firemen' promo was doing well. We had a tasty corn on the cob, popped into the English pub (there was nowhere else, honest!) and had a pulled pork sandwich. Home for a ...
... was only three whites on the menu. A couple of sips in and we both looked at each other, "this can’t be right? This wine tastes far too good! It’s got to be a Marlborough!" We called the waitress over impressed by this local wine only to find out that only the reds were local, this was a NZ wine! Agh we both went in sync! Our experience so far in US wine was just making us look forward to our wine cupboard at home! But we had remained loyal the whole ...
... manner. “Hang on a minute”, he responds, less testily. He comes back after some back room negotiation to provide us with tickets leaving on a tour bus in five minutes….atta girl.
William Randolph Hearst, “Wasteful Willy”, according to his parents, inherited a huge fortune and turned it into a huger fortune. He also found many extravagant ways to spend his money, on his family, girlfriend (Myrna Loy), castles, ranches, ...
Next we went to Pear Valley Vineyards. They were not dog friendly at all, and I stayed outside with Beamer while Steve went in. It was just too hot to leave him in the car. And every few minutes, Steve would bring a glass of wine out to me so that I could taste it. And Beamer enjoyed the pats of other visitors as they walked by. We bought 2 Red Zinfandels at a very reasonable price.
Finally we visited Biachi Vineyards, where they ...
... actors to the castle and had costumes flown from New York and asked them to act out a private performance for him.
Something else interesting to me was that the estate used to have a private zoo on the grounds. If you look at my pictures, you'll see some shots I took from the bus window of a few enclosures for bears, etc. I'm an animal lover, so I'm always concerned ...