RiverPointe Napa Valley Resort
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We went out to eat too: Mexican lunches, steakhouse dinners, arepas from Pica Pica (from Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives), prime rib from the Rutherford Grill, a memorable dinner at the French Bouchon with Elaine and Bill(almost Paris) ...
... lovely. Jerry cracked us up so much with his continuous jokes about various things he'd stolen over the years; I don't know how Kirsten keeps a straight face around him.
This last few days we've been working a lot on the farm while Kirsten and Ron have gone away to Reno for a few days. They left Ranger with us and he's been sleeping in the Taj-ma-Shed with us. He's the funniest cutest dog ever, I think he has converted me to ...
... awhile everything was starting to taste the same! Shameful!
Anyway, per usual, you will see some wonderful photos of food that we had at lunch at Auberge Bistro with a wonderful view of the hillsides, and dinner at the Farmstead in St. Helena where they serve primarily local fare: their own beef, vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Also, Dick does take better photos than the one at the Farmstead! Really!!! Our wine guide, ...
... looked like the love child of Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman, and Louise kept relaying information to him to which he would ask me questions with a very east coast accent. He was shocked to learn on my big trip that I wasn’t heading to NYC. One thing I did notice today is how few smokers there are about. I have only seen maybe a couple of people smoking. I’m not sure if this is a San Fran thing or throughout the States. I guess I’ll find out ...
... all day - it was inevitable that sooner or later I would have to face the challenge. It is cold on the boat - not raining but misting off and on - should have kept the liner in my jacket, worn rain pants, hiking boots and wool socks, and kept my wool hat and gloves handy. Resurrection Bay is blue green and crystal clear (had it not been overcast we probably would have seen bottom in some places) - it's also misty and fog ...
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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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