Napa River Inn at the Historic Napa Mill
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I'm inspired to write more! Grant did a great job updating, but it was like pulling teeth to get him to do it. Right now, he's getting some much-needed sleep in the most comfortable bed we've slept in yet, including our own :0) Not sleeping very well can sure take a toll on your excitement and sense for adventure.
My mom was …
Arriving at San Francisco Airport usually comes with feelings of enchantment and elation. However, my baggage from Denver was "late checked", meaning it wasn't on my plane, and I would have to come back to the airport the next day for my stuff. My cousin Sasha was getting married in a beautiful, coastal town in Marin county called …
Hi Folks, Well this is my very first blog and we are on our way to the Napa River Inn and the Wine Train ,along time coming for us with our busy schedules. I just got done at the bank securing the loan to put gas in my car for the trip. So in light of this I will be getting back to you with the sorted details of a fun trip. We got our wine tasting shoes on and off we go!
... any. At the next winery, Ballentine, we tasted four wines and ended up buying one which we both liked. The tour was very good. Each winery had a person that explained their wines and showed us the fermenting rooms and some of the equipment used. The tour bus driver was not only a good driver but very informative about the area. We decided not to go ...
After leaving Stanford, we headed north for a brief visit to wine country in Napa, and did a tour of the Robert Mondavi Winery.
1. It is possible to make white wine from red grapes as long as you remove the red skins.
2. Making wine is serious business in this part of the world.
3. In California, Starbucks are nearly as numerous as Subway sandwich shops. Fro Yo shops are a rarity.
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This was a pleasant surprise! We didn't know what to expect because we bought this stay through a Groupon. We were in the Plaza building. It was amazing, with a fireplace, wine, and a balcony overlooking the river.
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