River Terrace Inn

Address: 1600 Soscol Ave, Napa, Napa Valley, California, 94559, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1600 Soscol Ave, Napa, is near Napa Valley Wine Train, Oxbow Public Market, Napa Valley Opera House, and Bee Driven.
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    Travel Blogs from Napa

    Day 13 - cycling the Golden Gate

    A travel blog entry by samfader on Sep 13, 2014

    We continued our run of typical touristy things, and hired bikes ($40 EACH - extortion!!) to cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge. I wanted to cycle back and explore a bit more, but a wardrobe malfunction and my severe unfitness said otherwise, so we caught the ferry back from Sausalito instead. It was a really nice, scenic ride in the end, with perfect views of the bridge, the ride across the bay with the view of the ocean, and then having ...

    Home Again and Gathering My Wits

    A travel blog entry by lrandal on Oct 01, 2013

    ... Broadway, which Nora Ephron wrote about because she lived there for years ("Moving On," in her memoir, I Feel Bad About My Neck). We met up with Leah in the lobby of our hotel, checked-out, left our bags to be babysat by the desk, and had lunch with her. Oh, to be 23 and have beautiful red hair in a single long braid (I remember when there were two) and wearing an adorable "romper" (culotte dress in my ...

    The Land of Legend

    A travel blog entry by alixalollipop on Aug 20, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Francisco was a startling sight, and one which we were very excited to see as we traveled through Oakland and into Berkeley. The highway got smaller and smaller, and soon we pulled off into the residential neighborhood in which we were to be staying with a friend of my father's. Brendan had done a lot of research on Berkeley during the winter when we were first envisioning our move, and we knew that it is a very bicycle-friendly city, with bike lanes on every ...

    Paying homage to Peet's

    A travel blog entry by callmemochelle on May 18, 2013

    5 photos

    ... a historical location, but no big lines or souvenir section like Starbucks. Hmmm, maybe because its not Starbucks?

    When I walked into Peet's, I noticed a back room which looked like a mini museum, with knick knacks of Peet's history, including the famous coffee roaster, and a photo of Mr. Peet himself. Upon checking into @Foursquare, I unlocked a newbie special of a free ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by ryanmurphy144 on Jul 12, 2002

    6 photos

    ... ancient forest. I'm pretty sure that I heard a prehistoric animal in the background, but we left before we disturbed it to much. The trees are rather impressive for that fact that I could not even get my arms around half the tree. There was one where I actually got to stand inside it. Continuing down 101 we found a placed called Confusion Hill, ...

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    Rear of River Terrace Inn
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    Vue de notre terrasse
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    Fire Pit on the Terrace
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    Notre superbe chambre
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