Mount View Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... 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 ...
Managed to find Alannah and Jen, yay! we were late (typical us) but I figured Alannah would know me well enough to expect it. We had a catchup in their room, swapping jetlag problems, shopping finds, places we had been amd things we had seen, before heading out. The entrance to their hotel is amazing! the ceiling is painted like the sky and I swear it moves, the ground floor is set up to give a Paris street feel, I loved it!
I got a ...
... touching to see. Of course, I got a bottle of local wine from the grocery store (even the grocery store had wine tastings!) It was an evening of Real Talk & bugs. Kayla made me laugh all night, with her rendition of the bad parenting we witnessed in the store and her plans for being rich someday.
We wanted to see more of Napa on Wednesday, so we drove around Downtown again & got breakfast. From there, Siri wanted ...
... see the houses with a view of San Francisco in the background. Since the sun was out and we had time, we decided to take our chances at the Golden Gate Bridge - the last two days it was too foggy and you couldn’t see the bridge. As it turned out, it was beautiful there. We had a great view of the bridge, but again, it was very busy and we couldn’t find a parking spot, so we went to a ...
... northern mission on El Camino Real, the route north taken by Spanish missionaries from central America and through California. It is the only mission built during Mexican rule; the rest were founded during the Spanish period. The chapel, built in 1841, was haunting, as we pictured the missionaries in their attempts to "convert" the native people. A local volunteer tour guide described the native American locals, forced onto the dirt floor in the chapel, ...