RiverPointe Napa Valley Resort
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We arrived and were quickly checked in to number 42 Condo. It has parking out front and access is via a few step. It is perfect for our needs with a one year old. We had booked a cot which was not in the room but after a call to reception a travel cot was brought over to us along with sheets and blankets.
tThe condo has a welcome pack including a couple of tea bags and even washing up liquid. It is clean and very quick to warm up.
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we have had a wonderful time here at Napa,we had apprehension as we weren't going to get a car,we arrived on the Friday and on the Monday morning At a meet and greet at the resort here
wemet a American couple from Minnesota befriended us and took us out with them in there car,
and today Judy and I went out for a girl …
... and tasting the grapes/raisins straight from the vine we could see why their wine was held in such high regard- the most expensive grapes we'd ever try! We then did the tasting. Feeling extremely pretentious we tried 4 red wines and attempted to extract as many flavours as we could and probably failed miserably. Nonetheless the wines were all great and the tasting was good fun and not at all romantic. We then drove towards Yosemite where we crashed at ...
... enjoyed it. California has such a vast array of microclimates and each is beautiful in their own unique way. We did see and experience the incredible draught the state is experiencing. From not being served water at restaurants, to empty swimming pools, lakes being extremely low, to the miles and miles of incredibly brown fields, one can not stop and wonder how this is effecting the economy now and in the future. As we left we pray for rain and no ...
Having spent the weekend in a final frenzy of last minute errands, packing, farewells, and hyperventilation, we ended up with about a half hour free before it was time to leave for the airport. This time was largely spent pacing. When we went to check in on Sunday night, the web site informed us that Olivia had no ticket; after a few phone calls we were able to get assurances that we just needed to check in at the gate and all would be well. This was not ...
... treats Taya (and the many commuting San Frans) to a lessons in crawling - up and down the isles of the boat to the noise of excited squeals from Taya.
We learn our lesson that there is a reason why we have a bedtime routine for Taya, who is usually a delight to put to bed, not the case tonight, with an overtired baby who is late home. She does have a pair of the cutest new jammies on though, a purchase from today. Both little people tucked up, time for a glass of vino, then straight to ...