Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa
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... then set up at our next stop - Clos Du Val. We ate brie and avocado sandwiches and drank wine while looking out over a California winery. Fantastic.
Our next stop was Peju winery. Being inside the main building was like being inside a boat. Dark wood, soft curves, high ceilings and stained glass. The logo on the wine was a representation of the different layers of history of the winery. And had been drawn 30 years ago. He ...
... freaking beautiful. I can't wait to explore tomorrow. Staying at Housekeepjng camp, essentially in a tent, such a strange setup. 3 walls, with the fourth 'wall' a kind of plasticy/canvas curtain, then a small outdoor area with a table under an annex, with 2 tents set back to back in a fenced area. And then a bear proof locker out the back. We're close enough to the showers and toilets, luckily. $80 a night, absolute ...
... the gold rush of California. In the middle of no where, this place was once a large city until depletion of resources and fire rendered it done just before WW2. Due to California's crippling tolls on freight a lot of the buildings were still furnished which added to the ambience as we walked around the deserted homes and businesses of this former metropolis and there was something saddening about the emptiness of a once vibrant, charismatic area. Next stop San ...
... we are having on the 30th this year, and involves two days of prep and cooking with a few very lively discussions about which recipe to use for the stuffing.
Then it will be time to head home. But wait! I am getting waaay ahead of myself!
So Buon Viaggio to me! I'll be back in touch in a couple of days.
... deep green pool in which people were swimming, and there were many bathing suit-clad individuals basking in the sun on the surrounding glacier-smoothed rocks. The prospect of a dip in the water was enticing, but we hadn't packed any swimwear, so we continued upward for a look at the fall from the very top.
For the trip back down, we had two options: one was to turn around and return the way we came, and the other was a path that zigzagged upward to ...