- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We love staying at this hotel in downtown Napa. You can walk to so many wonderful restaurants.
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Despite the rain we arrived in Napa in time for lunch at The Bounty Hunter before heading over to our appointment at the new tasting room of Lewis Cellars. Their wine is amazing and we got a chance to meet the owner Randy Lewis, the former race car driver...such a nice guy! We had dinner at a great new restaurant call Torc, would highly recommend …
... last summer at Montana Adventure Sports. He has since returned to his old job in Oakland (and of course, only lived a few miles away).
Dinner conversation ran the gamut, highlighted by the revelation that Ginny had indeed tried marijuana but didn't inhale, and Mary's ribald stories and language had tears flowing.
... We signed our waivers and the gate went up and we began our drive in to select a camp site - I'm not impressed - most of the camp sites were muddy and surrounded by shrubs (probably willow) and buggy - definitely not worth the $60.00/night fee (you're paying for access to the glacier). We kept driving and low and behold we came upon a clearing at the end of the road with a picnic table and a full view of the Matanuska ...
After lunch, we boarded our bus and headed out to the first private garden, the hillside garden of Jana Olson. It's on the same street as the Berkeley Rose Garden. Our bus was too big to get up the hill, so we parked below and walked up the hill through a wonderful courtyard garden shared with 5 or so houses. We emerged on the street above and continued walking uphill past more homes cut into the steep ...
Took a break today, after arriving home circa 1:30 a.m. Lazed around, ate some breakfast, lazed around some more, went to Casper's Hot Dogs for lunch. This is a tradition, at least for me: two Casper's hot dogs with mustard and extra tomato, just the way I've been eating them for 40-some-odd years. Not much has changed over the years; main difference is that now Casper's has ...