Embassy Suites Hotel Napa Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we decided to explore the Sonoma Valley which is described as a more relaxed and family-run version of the Napa Valley. We had thoroughly enjoyed Napa yesterday, so were hoping it was the right decision. Again, the number of options was enormous, so we basically picked a few at random and hoped for the best.
We had an early start on …
P&K are travelling with us today as we leave SF and head North through the Marin County to Napa Valley. They picked up their hire car after breakfast and after leaving the hotel we made an impromptu decision to drive down Lombard Street on our way out of town. It was awesome to drive down the "curviest street in the world" waving to other …
Our first official day of vacation! Started the day with free breakfast at the hotel then got ready for our Napa Valley Wine Trolley tour!! The trolley picked us up right at the hotel. Joe and Paul were our tour guys. Day started rainy and cold. Only part of the trolley was enclosed so we were glad to be the first picked up. The next couple was …
... is done according to different phases of the moon, among other things. Miner Family had a great view and a delicious C******nay; Ferncreek Abbey let us try a bottle from 1998; Prager introduced us to blonde port; Andretti let us walk among the vines; and Vermeil had an overly chatty, judgy host with overpriced and mediocre wine. These are all great stories we look forward to sharing with you over a bottle of our own stuff when we get home. The best ...
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Next stop was Point Bonita Lighthouse, a working lighthouse that looks after the northern entrance to the San Francisco Bay. We followed hundreds of other people down the windy narrow path then over a suspension bridge that crossed from the mainland to the tiny island the lighthouse sits on. Unfortunately, there were just too many people to get a good look inside the lighthouse but the ...