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
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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.
... car for our lunch.
Very nice food and wine. Good company.
Stopped at Sonama for a look around town and a visit to the cheese fsctory. This was dinner.....
Sat outside hotel in the garden area with Marg and Ruby for a couple of hours and a few wines.
Stayed at Fairmont Sonoma Inn and ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Driving out of the National Park eventually brought us to an area that resembled Goulburn of NSW. The area had a similar parched landscape and vegetation and we even passed a Correctional Facility to cap off the parallel ! I think the area was 'Copperopolis' and I can only assume that a source of Copper might have been the original appeal of this region.
... Where as the last tasting was free, you had to pay here, but that was fine, you were getting good champagne in beautiful scenery. The gardens around this place were incredible. You felt special being here but it wasn't pretentious so you felt uncomfortable here. Anyone could come and so could their dogs. All these wineries are all pet friendly which is cool.
Diana picked the Classic Tasting selection which consisted of 4 champagnes, and ...
... 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 ...