- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We couldn't help ourselves - we bought 6 delicious wines.
The gardens are really lovely here and maintained by our new friend 'Moon Glow' - a lovely American Indian of the Wintun tribe. Who was quite a character but very fun he suggested our next winery which was the Sterling Vineyard, formerly owned by an Englishman called Peter Newton, so off we headed.
The Sterling Vineyard is ...
... Loving our brand new RV and loading our stuff it was time to stock up on essentials so we headed to the nearest supermarket (which was luckily just down the road)...as we pulled into the car park, & after trying to figure out if the weird noise was coming from our RV, we noticed a white pipe fly off into the road.....yep turns out the weird noise was us...it was our tube thing that contains the 'poop shoot' - to put it in nicer terms it was the tube that holds the extendable ...
... Harlan was afraid we’d leave before he got a chance to eat here because friends have told him that it’s an excellent restaurant. He’ll let you know what he thought about it.
After that we wandered through Oxbow Market with Danica and Matt. They’ve been to Napa a few times, but haven’t visited it. Then we went blackberry picking behind the Elks along the hiking trail. ...
... back the car to Gary who will take over the rest of the trip into SF tomorrow. Tonight we will endeavour to pack our bags as we will be cleaning out the car and leaving our luggage in Sausalito before taking the car into town. We will spend the afternoon in SF before getting the ferry back. Honestly I think Gary has bought more stuff than me, which is totally not like him. I have had some trouble posting yesterday's news so unless I can get it to go tonight there may be a gap in our ...
Sequoia Grove - after B met up with me, it was only five minutes before we found ourselves stopping. Sequoia grove was a great choice and a nice place to start. Yummy wines and some friendly people, paired with some amazing peanut brittle!
Franciscan - My boss had highly recommended this one, and it was just up the road. Between the Wines with Altitude and Flights of Whites, we found some easy favorites!