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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... lunch, and maybe we would find a cache (Margie has just joined Geocaching and is keen to find them too).
She insisted Bill drive up to Rutherford Hill so she could take a photo of the building, so it was here we stopped for our first tasting. A bit pricey at $30 a head, but each couple shared tastings of 6 red wines, which were very nice and Jimmie our host was very delightful, he even laughed at Jonathan's silly jokes!
The ladies at ...
... bad but we've been so use to 108 during the day and 80 at night. So even though it's cold we dress for golf.....shorts and short sleeve shirts because the weather app for here says upper 70's for today. Well, let's just say, we should have been checking the San Francisco Bay Area weather! We grabbed a couple light weight jackets before we left.....just in case.
It was a slow ride in but we left ourselves plenty of time. The closer we got to ...
... 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. ...
... area at the foot of the bridge and found a bunch of surfers! It was really neat to watch them. Turns out, there was also a fort there - Fort Pointe, so we explored that, too. The fort was under the bridge and it was really windy there but we saw some great views of the bridge and the fort. Finally, we drove across the bridge and stopped at the same place where we were 10 years ago - this time we were able to ...
... to hear sermons in Latin and Spanish that they could not understand, about a god that wasn't theirs. The missionaries believed they were saving souls. In the end the native people became slaves to the capitalists and died in their thousands. Much like our treatment of our own indigenous people, there is a dark stain in the pages of history as the colonists imparted their "wisdom" upon the native people. On a positive note, the Spanish really do know how to design a ...