Bel Abri Napa Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBel Abri Napa Valley Inn
Having spent a night in Yountville during a sunny February Super Bowl weekend we were not sure if we wanted to get the h... out of this valley or not. Got the last room in the town but it wasn't worth the money. We called the Bel Abri in Napa and were very pleased with the service we received. This quaint bed and breakfast is affordable, friendly, central and very much worth the money. I would recommend this to couples.
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... the stay had to be at Farmstead. Recommended by Cam as a quintessential Napa experience, it was a culinary delight. All locally grown and expertly prepared, we shared bites of everyone's meal, from prosciutto sliders on cheddar biscuits, to grilled peaches, smoked ribs, and aged cheddar Mac and cheese, it was awesome. Paired with a bottle of Conn Creek's Anthology: perfection. Now we are on the plane and heading to Singapore. While the lack of ...
Today up early for our flight to San Francisco. Up at 4 , cab picks us up at 5 and flight was at 7 all good , made the airport no problems. Arrived San Francisco about 8.30 temperature a bit cooler here thank heavens. Got the fly train to catch the Bart train ...
... We did indeed dine well!
The marrow bones must be a guy thing: Scott, Bill, and Gary loved these!! And the local butcher had them right there in his case.
Good friends, good food, good wines...
... Although you're supposed to get drunk on Christmas I didn't make it beyond 2 glasses because I was too busy cooking but it wasn't exactly a party Christmas anyway, just nice and relaxed.
Kirsten and Ron returned the next day and gave us socks from her parents and we gave them their homemade card and ornament we made out of walnuts and decorative squashes on a string, which they hung in the living room. We also got Christmas ...
... job in order to get what we needed for the layover in Taiwan. After passing through security, we enjoyed a leisurely couple of hours before our flight departed.
We booked the initial leg on EVA Air, which is the Taiwanese national airline. As we were waiting at the gate, we noticed that the crew had assembled; in addition to the flight staff, there were a dozen cabin attendants, a big jump up from what we are used to on, say, Southwest Air. The kids ...