Napa Valley Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... high up! We parked the car and took a footpath to the top. The views here were magnificent and offered a whole new perspective on the San Francisco area, at an almost aerial angle. We climbed some rocks and admired the view as the sun was beginning to set and a light fog rolled in. It was beautiful. Heading back down we caught the sunset before our drive back to ...
Today we left our SF base bright and early, and grabbed a deli breakfast on our way to car rental agency at the airport. The queue to Alamo agency was very long )about 1 hour of waiting), but the staff was very friendly.We ended up upgrading our small car to a medium-size one Toyota, which was good as we have had Toyota before, so it seemed so familiar to drive. We used Annes Nokia to navigate, and it worked perfectly, so could save a couple of bucks there. We drove across the ...
... afford the Cabernet)- we had totally written C******nay of as garbage until we had it here in Napa - we bought 3-4 bottles here (even though we cant really afford it) because it so damn good. We are even thinking about buying a wine fridge when we get back to Chicago!
Napa was really fun and romantic but probably designed for folks a little older, fancier, and with heavier wallets than Patti and I. We will revisit one day when we have some real cash to throw around :-)
... then leaving before the meltdown. Sorry guys!
OK truthfully I think this is one of the weirdest posts Billy's written because if I were reading if I would presume that his kids kids were obnoxious, out-of-control brats who were impossible to get to bed. Is it just me?
Oh well we can't agree on EVERYTHING!
Anyway J&J's' home was great. Jennie insisted that ...
... aprons, sofa cushions... I picked up a children’s book about how the bridge got its unique color. Many people think the bridge was supposed to be gold in color, but its name actually comes from the bay that it spans, the “Golden Gate” strait leading into San Francisco. There had actually been dispute about what color it should be. The typical foggy conditions made it unsafe for it to be gray or a bold black. International Orange was selected ...