Lavender - A Four Sisters Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Lavender - A Four Sisters Inn Yountville
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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 ...
Kylie was from Vancouver and had driven here with her husband Cal and son Connor (who was 10 a perfect mate for Bec!). We met them around the pool later for drinks then Kylie kindly offered to take Lucia and I shopping for groceries and a trip to the outlet stores - yipeeee I felt like id won the lottery. With a hop, skip and a jump I was changed and sat in her (huge monster ...
... skyline of San Francisco city, Angel Island and even the Golden Gate Bridge. Wow!
After some food we took out Maria's kayaks to have a paddle around the harbour. It was a gloriously sunny and clear day so being out on the water was great. We even cracked open a couple of beers halfway! Making it back we scooted off to the supermarket to get some BBQ supplies to enjoy for the evening. We also picked up some special flavour M&M's - pumpkin spice. Mmm ...
... and even an old turkey who gobbles on command (the trained turkey was supposed to be dinner years ago, but now he seems to be more of a pet). Pat must be a little crazy or just have waaay too much money, because he built a series of ponds as well, put in a lock system so he can ride it up and down, and has a chris craft boat floating in the little pond so he can make lazy circles I guess. Either way, we're jealous. In Napa, we learned from a tour guide the truth in ...
... it out after tasting. There's no doubt that after tasting 5 different wines in the same winery, you'll be pretty tipsy! Looking at other people in the wineries however, they were all by car and driving from one to another location.. We could hardly imagine driving after all of the wine we had and were pretty shocked that it seems the police there seems to turn a blind eye to it.
After our first winery we cycled around ...