Southbridge Napa Valley
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Our first Twins/Oakland game was at 7:00 so we headed back to the city and caught the BART to the stadium. Not a very pretty place to watch baseball and very cold for August. When they got back from the game, Nick and Scott went to a little restaurant ("Sauce") in an ally about a block and a half from the hotel. They had miniture pot pies and bacon wrapped meatloaf for a midnight snack.
... was owned by Foster's Group from 2000 to 2011. As of 2011, it is owned by Treasury Wine Estates. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
... re WRONG! We were also looking for some yummy bread, so Panera Bread got the nod. The meal was quite tasty, but the gastronomical wonder was the four cheese bread…OMG, it’s too delicious! Of course, it’s a gigantic loaf that’ll probably get moldy before we can enjoy it all, but we’ll do our best.
We needed some groceries today and Harlan wanted to buy some gift cards ...
... Lucky for us it was happy hour, two for one drinks and special appetizers. Along one wall were four shelves running about ¾ the length of the restaurant full of wines. If they represent the wineries in Napa, it would take weeks to taste them all! I stuck to wine and Harlan had a local beer. Dinner was one of the best we’ve enjoyed on this trip. I had the bbq appetizer and Harlan had a Reubenesque (don’t you love the spelling) sandwich. ...
... really comment/compare it with others. But this place we stayed at – McClelland Priest B&B – was so cute I can’t resist commenting. It’s this old (Victorian?) style house surrounded by a garden and a couple of fountains. The interior wowed us – it was like a house from Downtown Abbey (obviously NOT like Highclere Castle, but rather a house from that period). On the ground floor (or 1st floor in AmE), there is a modest living area furnished with ...