Comfort Inn Calistoga, Hot Springs of the West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Loving our brand new RV and loading our stuff it was time to stock up on essentials so we headed to the nearest supermarket (which was luckily just down the road)...as we pulled into the car park, & after trying to figure out if the weird noise was coming from our RV, we noticed a white pipe fly off into the road.....yep turns out the weird noise was us...it was our tube thing that contains the 'poop shoot' - to put it in nicer terms it was the tube that holds the extendable ...
... More than half the group left today partially because of the weather. The next two rallys are during the time we are traveling other places. We might just be the October rally people. Pete and I found one cache and couldn't find another but it was good for a walk. Will wander into Calistoga to look around and have dinner later. I've only cooked one meal, breakfast biscuits and gravy. All our meals have been delicious and ...
... escaped our notice when we were planning travelling distances. So we figured we needed to be on the road by 8.30am with some communication with my host family in Napa we were able to organise to arrive around 8pm.
The drive was long and boring, traffic made the drive a bit longer as did our few stops for toilet, food and stretching breaks. I spent my time reading, singing , staring out the window and talking to Dustin. This is due to the fact that my ...
USELESS INFORMATION ALERT: Roberts father Cesare owned a fruit store while Michael and his brother Peter were in school. His main business was selling grapes for home wine making. When Robert finished college he joined with his brother and father to start their first winery. Michael was sent away after a quarrel with his brother over the direction of their winery. In 1966, he founded the Robert Mondavi Winery ...
... and goat cheese salad. Following a fairly leisurely lunch, we continued our walk through the town and took a couple of photos by the river. Getting back on the bike we headed back to the Silverado Trail, to the Chimney Rock winery which Wayne had spotted on our way down. I tried a Cabernet Sauvignon selection while Wayne tried a signature collection (also a mostly Cab Sav blend). Now if we go out for dinner and Stag Glen or Terlato's is on the menu ...