Napa Discovery Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 …
... a small town with a centre square. Lots of eating places, quaint shops. I talked to a local who had a dog walking business - she was walking a cross between a poodle and Labrador - just looked like a very tall poodle.
On the coach again for a short ride to Napa - a bigger township ...
... Montelena, Peju, Clos Pegase, and Frank Family Vineyards experiencing Cabernet Sauvignons, Pinot Noirs, C******nays, Sauvignon Blancs, and, after so many tastings, who knows what. On our own we visited St Clements and ZD (Zero Defect).In addition to the wineries, ...
... along the way and for photo opps.
Our route took us along the waterfront through Fort Mason and on to the shore path where there was a pier out to sea. We stopped here for a few minutes and strolled out to see people fishing for crabs and to spot the seals. San Fransisco has a resident seal colony that has been here for at least 50 years. Various attempts have been made to drive them away but to ...
... I was interviewed for a Virgin feedback questionnaire then headed onto the plane. I was on the exit row with extra room leg! However I shortly found out I was in the wrong seat after an old American couple appeared looking confused. I was in seat 39, not 49. Whoops. However this was also an exit row, meaning the extra legroom. However I couldn’t see a TV screen and thought that because of the extra legroom I’d have to sacrifice having a screen, which annoyed ...