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After yesterday's wine tasting it was time to take it easy: we visited Old Faithful of California gayser (one of only 3 in the world), petrified forest (volcano has erupted 3 million years ago and turned trees to stone) and Napa Premium Outlet mall (with surprisingly little shopping done!) Once we got back we did a fun walking winery tour to two nearby vineries and sampled some nice wines. Loving the weather, 32 degrees today :) Oh right, we also tried our first menage a trois! Awesome! ...
... campground and the parking challenge began. The first site we picked seemed perfect, but I couldn't get Harlan guided into the back in spot without whacking the motorhome with tree branches. So, we drove around to the other side where there are shorter trees. After maneuvering back, forth, left and right, I got him parked, but not before having a mini-meltdown that I couldn’t do it and his encouragement that we ...
... case... but they do make a damn good C******nay and Merlot. At the end of our 10am wine tasting here we stopped and had a nice picnic overlooking their mountain vineyards (see pics).
We randomly stopped at a place called Freemark Abbey in between two of our scheduled tastings , met a nice retired elementary school teacher turned wine pourer and were promptly given large tastings of every kind of wine they have in the whole bar (like 7-8 different kinds!?). ...
... especially during rush hour in the morning (between 6am – 9am). But most cars exit at Hollywood so it gets better after that. On the way, we got to drive around mountains and saw this awesome desert and (more) mountainous landscape surrounding the highway. Midway, there’s a canal of turquoise water contrasted with the yellow sandy landscape (or green plantations) – it feels almost like photoshopped scenery. Although the scenery can be quite majestic at times, ...
... 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 ...
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