Napa Valley Hotel & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... A charming more compact valley than the Napa. We tasted wines at at the original family run winery at Wooden Valley. There was also a art and craft fair with a Jazz band. Had a Hot Dog with condiments, mustard, sauerkraut, onions, chillies and onion.
Drive back to the Napa along the back road was picturesque. There were a few Italian style mega ...
... said we had to try it so we got one more tasting for free. We ended up buying the white wine I liked a lot before heading out, and, once we got into the car and wondered what exactly was up with that place.
Our final stop was to the north of Napa. We wanted, originally, to try some hot springs, but the least expensive thing we could find (not having to book in advance) was a mud bath/hot spring spa treatment combo, which we decided to try. When we arrived, we ...
... are mostly out.
The farm is 20 acres (I think) and is half vineyard, half farm with a variety of animals and some vegetables growing. Our main job is the daily animal care which includes feeding them, refilling water and replacing hay. At the bottom near our home - the 'Taj-ma-Shed' (a glorified shed with a portable heater and lights) is the chicken coop and run. There are 25 or so and one cockerel who kindly wakes us up around 7am, and disturbingly they ...
... 500 top jazz artists perform throughout the weekend on 8 stages spread throughout the grounds. About 40,000 were in attendance. We sat in the open air arena at the fairgrounds, a bit back, and first listened to the Wayne Shorter Quartet. Guess I am not a pure jazz fan. Out of the 6-7 pieces he and his quartet played, I might have liked one. The music was a little discordant and strident. While others seemed to be enjoying it with their ...
Very late start today. Enjoying relaxing a bit more in our little house before the mad sprint of the coast drive and frenetic LA.
Headed straight to V. Sattui winery for lunch. Still great food but the selection seems so small now after visiting Dean & Delucca yesterday. Lunch was still fresh and yummy and bursting with flavour. Shame their wines are not that great. I'm glad we had ...