Southbridge Napa Valley
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... Gold Rush. Recognizing that suitability of the Napa Valley land for winemaking, he founded his winemaking operation in 1874. Laurent and his vineyards rose to prominence during the 1880s, when wines produced in California began ...
... running everything, and we're totally in fear of the promised full breakfast, especially after tonight's meal (yay, at last, some ribs worth eating) at Rutherford Grill. No food pic, but a couple of happy diners smiled for the camera.
Time to snooze.
Same time, same place, ...
... is something WA ferries need to get on board with, makes the short journey so much more fun. Our new NSW mates decided to ride with us and we ended up showing them the sites of Pier 39, 2 days in and already showing other Aussies around haha! Went to dinner and got charged Perth prices..... needless to say a tip was not forthcoming for our $35 steak with absolutely NO ...
... most point of Napa Valley) along the Silverado Trail. The drive was really lovely and took you through all the vineyards. We reached Calistoga and took a stroll along the main street, deciding on lunch at the Inn.The setting was beautiful, and had we not have had the car there we could've sat all afternoon in the 85F sunshine sipping wine.
We drove back down to Napa on Highway 29. This road takes you through the actual towns ...
Sunday, before we headed to San Francisco, we really wanted to go on the tour of the far side of the winery tour and try to see the pre-re opening of the Francis Ford Coppolla's Winery. We found it, and it was really the highlight of our winery adventure.
They were not quite ready to open and they had created a make shift bar and gathering area ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center