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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... set around a lovely courtyard with a statue significant to the family, originally of Spanish origin. Apparently it was of Madonna and had sparked the interest of the family because she is holding grapes. This remake was in the middle of a pool of water and the building had been designed so that she is reflected into the rooms surrounding the courtyard by glass panels. In fact it had been so cleverly designed that from inside the courtyard the statue looked as if it really could ...
Sadly today will be quite short as we didnt do anything. For the first since USA we both slept in till 10am ( felt so amazing). Susan and Rick (host family) had already left to help Susan's mum move into her new place so we had the house to ourselves. While Dustin searched craigslist for potential cars, I caught up on my reading and we both enjoyed the sun. Eventually we did head to Napa Center about a 5 ...
... and was set in a nice woodsy area. There was this awesome Native California Garden, with a doe & her baby bambies nearby. In the evening, we walked around Downtown Napa (me in my hiking garb, I felt quite out of place in an up-scale, hoity-toity town.) Most of the shops were closed but it was fun to check out what the area was like. The City of Napa is in the process of building a 9/11 memorial, with beams from the Towers; ...
... see the houses with a view of San Francisco in the background. Since the sun was out and we had time, we decided to take our chances at the Golden Gate Bridge - the last two days it was too foggy and you couldn’t see the bridge. As it turned out, it was beautiful there. We had a great view of the bridge, but again, it was very busy and we couldn’t find a parking spot, so we went to a ...
... northern mission on El Camino Real, the route north taken by Spanish missionaries from central America and through California. It is the only mission built during Mexican rule; the rest were founded during the Spanish period. The chapel, built in 1841, was haunting, as we pictured the missionaries in their attempts to "convert" the native people. A local volunteer tour guide described the native American locals, forced onto the dirt floor in the chapel, ...