Lavender - A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... he doesn't mind and Robert Mondavi isn't a dog lover! Off to the Robert Mondavi winery to enjoy the wine, the art, the setting and perhaps a sample or two. We're lunching in St. Helena after which we'll stroll downtown Napa and collect the dog. Dinner back at Extended Stay American in Fairfield with plans to visit Castello di Amorosa tomorrow and onward to Palm ...
... wanted Carlo to experience it too. It is very hard to put to words, but I can see why Amadeo soaked it up. So subtle, yet you are at once intimately conscious of the movements and then also so relaxed, you space off into some other continuum of space and time, so that you can not put a time frame onto the session, you come away feeling extremely connected with your body, and very RELAXED!
the boys loved the ...
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! ...
... I toured the city and made our way to Haight/Ashbury. Michael found some much needed loafers at the Goodwill ,since he hadn't been able to find his other shoes from the last stop. The hills in San Fran are NO joke!!! Holy crack a monkey these streets have a vertical incline that feel like 90* but probably closer to 80*. I don't know that to be true ,but they were steeper than any mountain we climbed the whole trip!! It was 4th of July and we were in San Francisco. After a good ...
... 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!?). ...