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Travel Blogs from Napa
Napa, oh Napa, we were destined to meet one day! Our first impression of the town was a bit unexpected - we expected a small, rustic little town, maybe a few streets of shops, with views out to rolling hills.. This is not the Napa that we saw - a sophisticated mini-city filled with all modern conveniences and all the chains we have grown to have a …
... to it. We were seated just on the patio shaded by trees but the hotel's pool was exposed to the diners. Food was beautifully displayed and delicious. I had the beets salad followed by sole tacos. Very light and flavourful.
For dinner, we ate at Eiko, a Japanese restaurant just next to Andaz. Very good and fresh food. But Napa Town Centre in the evening was very quiet. In fact, compared with St Helen Main Street, Napa Town Centre is very quiet even in the daytime.
Napa wine tour! Today we're touring wine country in our own private limo. What a gorgeous day for it, beautiful blue skies, striated clouds, green rows of vines. Lovely jubbly.
Just what Michelle needs to recover from this morning's wakeup shocker of a bare chested Jeff gallivanting in the kitchen. There are some things that your eyes just aren't ready for that early in the day. The only cure – a drink, and quick!
First stop - ...
... walk in and go "Aaaaaay".
Had one last walk around San Fran looking for a money changer for Julia with good exchange rates but only found ones that were giving 5% less than the market rate. No thanks mate.
Back to hotel, picked up bags, collected car and off we went. Did the tourist thing of driving down Lombard St with all its wiggliness.
After this stuck in really slow bad Labor weekend traffic leading up to ...
... from my new home. I bought a phone which was hard and we may take it back tomorrow as it doesn't appear prepaid like the guy at target told us. Both Dustin and I were happy to be able to cook something for dinner so we attempted the supermarket. Confusing as heck, I wandered up and down aisles, stood in peoples way trying to figure out where to find something and decided I miss maggi packets. Dinner was nachoes (they ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services