River Terrace Inn
Travel Blogs from Napa
The day started with breakfast. This hotel being the first hotel of the holiday to offer bed and breakfast. A treat. So we made the most of it and had a relaxing morning before our wine train check in at 10.30. We were both very excited, as we didn't know what to expect from our day. We were checked in, given our 'Ambassador Wine Tour' Badge and …
5am... We've done really well that this has been our earliest start of the honeymoon. We didn't mind waking up that early to the tranquility of Yosemite and the promise of wine in the afternoon. Sian spent most of the evening before worrying about any unsealed containers and then awake all night with the fear she was going to get eaten by a bear... …
Deuxième jour de visite aujourd'hui. Yes, on se lève à 6:00 du matin pour essayer de partir tôt. Nous allons coucher à Napa ce soir, nous devons donc paqueter toutes nos affaires.
Notre petit déjeuner, presque les mêmes choix qu'hier à l'exception que nous n'avons pas d'oeufs brouillés, nous avons des oeufs à la coque fades et chauds... …
We awoke none too early to find the previous day's sun a distant memory; replaced by a steady mist. As it was, our need to cancel our Sequoia day worked in our favor, as originally we had planned to "cram" Napa into half a day. We could now take our time, which worked out much better. In addition, we were really interested in visiting the small …
We were only to be in Kings Canyon for one night, and today was our day to drive south to Sequoia National Park. The road connecting the parks is called the Generals Highway, and the distance is only about 25 miles...at least as the crow flies. We'd been told the day earlier, by a ranger, that the road was closed by snow and had little prospect for …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility