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 …
... I walked around Stow lake, giving Michael time to get acquainted with the GPS and recover from his first drive.
Then over the orange Golden Gate Bridge. Marin County on the other side of the bridge seemed surprisingly suburban but sunny and warm. We stopped at the first winery - Ramesgate - which looked lovely set on the hill in a vineyard. The landscape looked very Australian with dry golden pasture on rolling ...
... a whim to build a Tuscan castle in the middle of Napa and open it to tours. Jonathan and I spent a while just exploring every part of the castle and savoring the views. We also did some wine tasting there in the basement of the castle, where we tried five different wines and decided to buy the dessert wine that we both loved best. It's a good thing JTill and I have very similar tastes. :)
We were ready to find some more places ...
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By the time we reached Zurich, to hell with lace curtains, wildflowers, and cow bells: It was urban and crowded and hot. Whoever designed the airport built in the maximum number of escalator rides in a single structure, up and down between the same two levels ...
... hanging over the spruce - road was getting pretty wavy. We stopped at the Wrangle-St. Elias National Park Visitor Center - nice new complex with hot water in the restrooms. It was not warming up - 58 degrees with no sun - still had my stocking cap on - wind was picking up - the road was getting pretty rough - in fact rough road all the way to Tok, AK. We stopped for gas in Tok - 4,765 miles so far - we decided to push on to Beaver Creek, ...