Milliken Creek Inn and Spa
Travel Blogs from Napa
We woke up about 7am and after washing and dressing we went looking for a place to eat breakfast. We spotted the Butter and Cream bakery which also advertised their breakfast. We went in and had a very nice meal. We went back to the lodge, The Platypus tour bus picked us up at 10:30 at the lodge. There was 5 people already on the bus and another ...
... some other tourists- Linda, Greg and Mike at the Berlinger winery and they recommended us a few places on the road to LA. Also they gave us a valuable tip, which I'd like to pass forward: When driving south over Golden Gate bridge, you need to pay toll. But there are no stations. You need to prepay online, otherwise it will cost you. 491 USD to be exact. Ouch. Luckily we knew. One unfortunate event of the day was however the ...
... touching to see. Of course, I got a bottle of local wine from the grocery store (even the grocery store had wine tastings!) It was an evening of Real Talk & bugs. Kayla made me laugh all night, with her rendition of the bad parenting we witnessed in the store and her plans for being rich someday.
We wanted to see more of Napa on Wednesday, so we drove around Downtown again & got breakfast. From there, Siri wanted ...
Leave a foggy SF this morning, which we are told is quite normal here. We are taken to SF airport to pick up a hire car by a lovely Ethiopian taxi driver. We've used her twice and listen to all her woes and troubles. She gives us a big hug on leaving ...
... day was spent on a wine tour. We visited 4 wineries and throughout the day tasted 25 wines and a port. It is safe to say we don't really remember the wines in the last establishment. One of the wineries belonged to Francis Coppola - the guy who directed the film The Godfather. It was an amazing day in the sun and now as I am writing this it is ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed