Motel 6 Dixon
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Travel Blogs from Dixon
... kennel owner is a breeder of Newfoundlanders (dogs that is) and Jake follows without hesitation. We make a stop at Domaine Carneros, part of the Taittinger Champagne family. In the Napa tradition, the owners have recreated the family's French castle, complete with stunning terraced gardens ablaze with summer colours.
Time left for a stroll of downtown Napa where we decide rather impulsively to purchase two tickets ...
... whilst we ate some yummy food at the Black Bear diner - great food and very friendly people - actually everywhere so far everyone has been super friendly - we like West Coast living!! :-)
So with our bellies full and our RV now working and fully stocked up we headed back to the campground ready for the next day and wine ...
... designed with white-washed walls and wooden floors. We enjoyed all six wines, like the earlier Cakebread Winery, but again decided to leave without purchasing any wine.
We drove back along the Silverado Trail bypassing the little towns hoping to miss some of the traffic. Napa Valley is stunning with gigantic trees, vineyards, and over 450 wineries. Matt and Danica dropped us at the motor home and headed home where they had ...
... 1.5 miles to the Pfeiffer State Park. Michael and Jacob stayed and hiked the mountain while Christian, Drew and I drove south on Hwy 1 to Hearst Castle. The drive was scenic and hair raising. The sharp turns and cliff views were enough to literally take your breath away. Every bit of it was worth it too. We made a quick stop to see the elephant seals basking in the sun at the Vista Point. Once at the entrance to the Hearst State Park we took a 15 min tour bus ride to the top of ...
... new experience – hope to see them again soon.
We decided to stay in Napa for a few more days as we had travelled a lot recently and wanted to stay put for a little while. We rode our bikes in the Town; it was a Sunday and there was a ‘Celebrating Seniors’ event going on. Well, if the cap fits etc., so we sat, drank coffee, listened to the music by the River and just chilled. Carried on like this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking