RiverPointe Napa Valley Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiverPointe Napa Valley Resort
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 …
... because it had a bowling alley. The grown-ups enjoyed dinner dates at the hotel restaurant, while the kids enjoyed ordering room service and watching a movie.
Quote of the day:
"It's only going to be 105 degrees today!" ...
... to rain.
We entered into a huge, empty, lavish lobby wearing jeans and sneakers, and the guy at the front desk asked what we wanted with an eyebrow raised. We said we were interested in the cheese board discount from my app but hadn't made a reservation. This is obviously something that never happens at this place because we threw the guy for a loop. He was a bit unfriendly at first, but I think he was just confused. He said that we had to make reservations, ...
... world, and the fact that we are pushing into the unknown for an entire year made for a fair amount of reflection. I became very much aware of all the ties that bind me to the different people in my life, a strange sort of relationship inventory.
After several movies (it really was the best flight ever) and some catnapping, we touched down in Taiwan at 10PM local time, after 12 hours in the air. We deplaned, picked up our boarding passes for the ...
... San Francisco and spent 45 minutes in line for Passport Control and found our luggage with some trouble. The handle to my cheap Ross suitcase broke off and I jammed it in a recycle bin. We took turns pushing the damned suitcase onand off of BART, including a change at Oakland 19th Street. God knows how many trains we took the course of the two-day marathon.
But we're home!