Napa Discovery Inn
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- 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 ...
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) ...
Went with Meagan to town of Sonoma. Toured Sebastiani winery. Part of the reason that Italian wine is so expensive is that a barrel made from Italian oak is $1200-$1600 before the wine is even added. And each barrel is only used to "cure" wine twice. An interesting feature of this winery was that an artist had worked there in his retirement and created many wooden sculptures which were placed on the vats, doors, etc. Joined their wine ...
... at the Virgin Atlantic desk, pretty impressive. After a quick lunch and goodbye with Mum I headed through security. Just my luck for my bag to be stopped and have everything taken out of it. All my laptop, cameras, cables etc were spread out. All because I had left a bottle of hand sanitiser from when I lived in Barcelona in the middle pocket. After about thirty minutes of delay I went into duty free and picked up some snacks and then headed to the gate.