Comfort Inn Calistoga, Hot Springs of the West
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... back the car to Gary who will take over the rest of the trip into SF tomorrow. Tonight we will endeavour to pack our bags as we will be cleaning out the car and leaving our luggage in Sausalito before taking the car into town. We will spend the afternoon in SF before getting the ferry back. Honestly I think Gary has bought more stuff than me, which is totally not like him. I have had some trouble posting yesterday's news so unless I can get it to go tonight there may be a gap in our ...
... started being recognised. So we visited a few wineries and tasted wine in some of them (including a $100 bottle of Cabernet). The region is beautiful and the wineries very well maintained, but many looked a little bit over the top. One was using a cable car to take the visitors up to their tasting room, another was built as a castle and many tasting rooms and buildings looking more extravagant one from another (see photos). We also went to the Winery Chateau Monte Elena who won ...
... of which there are only five in the world. Two in New York, Las Vegas, Beverley Hills and Yountville...a quiet unassuming town!
By now it was late afternoon so we headed back to the hotel for a shower and nap before catching a taxi to the Napa Valley WIne Train. It was absolutely beautiful. We dined on board the train which travels at 18mph from Napa to St Helena and back again. We were sat in the Vista Dome and ...
... down your whole body, next the shea butter massage with long soothing strokes, then a foot massage, lastly a scalp and hair treatment and massage. He dosed my head with oil and put a conditioning mask on my hair. I was a puddle at the end with a very oily head. Shuffling back to our cottage in spa robes we call it a day.
One more movie and we decided, popcorn for a treat. We call In-room dining and sure ...
... into the Japan Airlines lounge (who share with Qantas as they have no lounge in SFO), where we had some sandwiches to hold of the hunger pains until fed on the plane and compared trip storeis with another Aussie family waiting for the same plane.
Finally we boarded for our 11.10 pm flight to Sydney. Dad was asleep before the plane taxied to the airport, and Callan and Ashleigh weren't far behind. We all caught a bit of sleep on the 14 hour flight ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking