- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and cut us a little slack. I still gave him a tip when we got back, even though he lacked any humour and really didn't have any redeeming features. We arrived back into town at about 5pm. After dropping off a few things at the hotel I walked up to Columbus to see what the queue was looking like at the Hyde & Powell cable car. It wasn't too bad, so I joined the end of the queue and was on my way within about 20 minutes. The whole journey took about 15 minutes up and down ...
Today was another uneventful day. Its been quite nice in truth to spend the day doing not much. I gave Susan the little bag if goodies I'd bought for her from New Zealand (a glass kiwi, glass coasters, a key ring, pineapple lumps, toffee pops, minties and jaffas) and she loved it, she has put the little kiwi out for others to see. The crystal kiwi led to a discussion about how we have a kiwi animal and a fruit called a kiwi so I ...
... looks like a 300 year old Tuscan mansion, complete with trees growing into the sides of the building, gnarled grapevines wrapping around banisters, and panoramic views of both Prichard hill (where $1000 bottles of Cabernet are born) and his awesome gardens. Pat and his wife live on the estate in a gorgeous-looking home camoflauged by ancient trees and landscaping, and they even are somewhat sustainable when it comes to their food -- there is a pen of sheep, rabbits, ...
... day was spent on a wine tour. We visited 4 wineries and throughout the day tasted 25 wines and a port. It is safe to say we don't really remember the wines in the last establishment. One of the wineries belonged to Francis Coppola - the guy who directed the film The Godfather. It was an amazing day in the sun and now as I am writing this it is ...
*** To place this in context and view the timeline, begin by clicking on 'About This Blog' *** Friday, 16 November 2012 The day started out overcast, with a light rain in the air. Let me change that ... the day started out with a shower on my terrace overlooking the valley and then a delicious frittata on the lobby terrace. The first 80 km was spent wiggling and weaving my way through the vineyards of Napa Valley and then Sonoma. The road surface condition ...