Comfort Inn Calistoga, Hot Springs of the West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Calistoga, Hot Springs of the West
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Next stop Calistoga for a late lunch at the Hydro Grill. Finding good restaurants is always a goal and this place had good burgers and beer, Mike's beverage of choice. Calistoga is a quaint town, but beware the curbs. One of them jumped up and attacked Patty, causing her to fall! Fortunately she was not seriously hurt and this did not interfere with her wine tasting forays.
... the tile next day. It is harder than it looks! You have to get the thin-set stuff just so, pffft! I only got about 10 tiles down, Dave got about 25 in the same amount of time. Then he was back to the shower-from-hell. The next day, he finished the shower and hung the bathroom drywall while I grouted and cleaned the tile.
I had a beat up old, but comfy, leather reclining couch that was in the way and going to the dump, but Dave cut it into thirds and we now have some very ...
... make sure I got a space'. Told you the Jack Daniels was a 'tell' that this was a good 'ole boy'.
After a short visit at the Elks we headed out to find a place to eat. What should 'pop up' on the 'Around Me' app on the iPhone? DENNYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now I have NEVER seen a Denny's (and I've seen a few in my time) that looked like this one. I was almost afraid to look at ...
... still within St Helena) to V Sattui, which is really the only winery we encountered that had a deli with a whole range of sandwiches and lunch food stuff. The cost of the food is based on the weight, which was slightly annoying because the sandwiches are so huge and weigh so much and thus cost a lot! There is also ham and cheese in it. After you’ve gotten the food, there’s a picnic area (with benches) outside where patrons can eat (and nap if lightweights like myself ...
... bottle, and on to the final winery for the night, Gifford. It was a bit further of a drive to this winery, and we pulled in at 6:50pm, and technically the last tasting was at 6:45pm. But the young woman helping us agreed to do one fast, and was really nice once she learned that I was a UGA alum like her. We were even able to sit outside on the patio and enjoy the wine. Once we had finished the wine tasting, and determined there were no other wineries open, we headed back to ...