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Travel Blogs from Napa
... awhile everything was starting to taste the same! Shameful!
Anyway, per usual, you will see some wonderful photos of food that we had at lunch at Auberge Bistro with a wonderful view of the hillsides, and dinner at the Farmstead in St. Helena where they serve primarily local fare: their own beef, vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Also, Dick does take better photos than the one at the Farmstead! Really!!! Our wine guide, ...
... any. At the next winery, Ballentine, we tasted four wines and ended up buying one which we both liked. The tour was very good. Each winery had a person that explained their wines and showed us the fermenting rooms and some of the equipment used. The tour bus driver was not only a good driver but very informative about the area. We decided not to go ...
... back to save for later hehe, we were feeling very decadent and pleased with ourselves! And onwards we went to San Francisco! Unfortunately when we reached the motel it was the complete opposite of decadent and we are certainly not pleased with our choice tonight! Luckily though the family we met in Yosemite has very kindly offered us a place to stay for a couple of nights so we are off to stay in a house tomorrow night ...
... the next few days Pete and I spent quite a bit of time in the Elks RV campground preparing the motorhomes for our journey out and back on the road. We installed my AAA foam fire extinguisher under the bed engine cover (which is the cover for the big Cummins 400 hp turbo engine that pushes the beast). It is an automatic fire suppression system that if flame is detected will flood the engine compartment with ...
... away. What a discovery! Most of Big Sur is viewed from above there are not a lot of beaches easily accessible. But this one after a brief wait was ideal. The water was ice cold but the beach was not. I could have stayed forever! San Francisco was calling and after a 4 hour beachfront view we needed to be moving along. The drive up was pretty, but not as scenic and south Hwy 1. Still impressive. We found a food stand with incredibly cheap produce from the local farms that were all over ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed