Napa Discovery Inn
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Next stop was California wine country, the Napa Valley. Driving through the rolling hills of dry grass, eucalyptus trees and vineyards we could have easily been in South Australia. It was unbelievable how similar the landscape was. We only had two days here so we didn't get to see too much of the area but the main attractions were wine tasting and …
... because it had a bowling alley. The grown-ups enjoyed dinner dates at the hotel restaurant, while the kids enjoyed ordering room service and watching a movie.
Quote of the day:
"It's only going to be 105 degrees today!" ...
We went out to eat too: Mexican lunches, steakhouse dinners, arepas from Pica Pica (from Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives), prime rib from the Rutherford Grill, a memorable dinner at the French Bouchon with Elaine and Bill(almost Paris) ...
... the town that has produced some of our best friends, including our current renters back in Bigfork. We roamed the downtown streets and stopped in for some retro rock and roll at the Pyramid Ale House, where the crowd resembled a gathering at Brookie's Cookies in Bigfork at one of their outdoor concerts.
Just like the rest of the time we spent on this stop in "The Artful Odyssey" It felt like home.
... across the street waving his arms in the air - It's Jeff. James and Jeff our friends that were with us at Camp Denli were unable to make their flight to Saint Paul Island in the Bering Sea because of weather -so they decided to rent a car and drive to Seward. While we were doing laundry they were out on the same Resurrection Bay/Kenai Fjords National Park tour we had taken on Sunday - they were forced to return early because of ...