BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn at the Vines
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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 …
... making olive oil here more than selling olives. Flavoured olive oils, very interesting.
The process is very intense - into a hopper, up conveyor belt, deleafer, washer, next hopper where they can throw in oranges or/and lemons to get crushed (including the pips), pressed through a screen etc and ...
To celebrate our last day in Napa, Jonathan and I first went to brunch a highly-ranked brunch place, Grace's table, where we had the most delicious cornbread and chilaquiles. However, the plates were quite small so we decided to go to a discount cheese table pairing at this very fancy winery. When we arrived at the gates, the sign said that we needed to make reservations in advance, but, of course, we hadn't. We shrugged and drove up the excessively long drive anyway just as ...
... are mostly out.
The farm is 20 acres (I think) and is half vineyard, half farm with a variety of animals and some vegetables growing. Our main job is the daily animal care which includes feeding them, refilling water and replacing hay. At the bottom near our home - the 'Taj-ma-Shed' (a glorified shed with a portable heater and lights) is the chicken coop and run. There are 25 or so and one cockerel who kindly wakes us up around 7am, and disturbingly they ...
... br> After breakfast we looked at some sculptures that were on display, wandered over to our gate – which was located through a store in the terminal, a new arrangement - and caught the next leg. Again, there were a dozen cabin attendants, and as on the previous leg they were all identically proportioned, dressed, and made up. It was a little intimidating.
Five hours to Bali felt like nothing at all; we landed at a tiny airport having crossed ...