Motel 6 Dixon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and hanging out at the campsite. I was resting up for my day in San Francisco with Katie. And what a day it was! Katie was staying in Berkeley for some training for her job with Pandora. I joined up with her and her coworker to explore San Francisco. We rode BART to Union Square and rented bikes to see the city. After we listened to some biking tips and got our map we were off. It sure is a bike friendly city with well marked bike ...
... a worthwhile stop for us. First stop was the Oxbow Market, a small boutique like market with various little organic food stalls. We all ordered something different from the different stalls and, nit having had breakfast, tucked in with some gusto. We then drove over to our hotel, the Napa Winery Inn, checked in but missioned straight out again to do the Robert Mondavi wine and tasting tour that started at three. We got there just in time, but ...
... 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 ...
... we had a super long drive the next day. We caught a taxi and gave him 3 different destinations as we kept changing our mind, in the end we went back to hotel. Decided we needed a wakeup call so we got one sorted for 7.30am and packed our bags for a easy check out.
We had discovered the day before that the drive from Las Vegas to Napa was a 9-10 hour drive. We did not see that coming, seems the somehow in the organising accomodation this leg of the ...
... 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 ...