Napa Valley Railway Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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Breakfast at the detached hotel restaurant - OK but not great
Over the pass into the Napa Valley, we headed first to the northern end at Calistoga to see Old Faithful erupt, then spent the day visiting a few wineries as we headed south through St Helena to Yountville. Had not been able to get into the iconic French Laundry but enjoyed a bistro-type meal at Bouchon, also run by Thomas ...
... of a few bottles of wine and had a whale of a time, we even got her irish dancing with Lucia which was great fun.
Hopefully we will see them again especially if we do our Alaska trip.
With us going to San Francisco tomorrow we should have had an early night, but somehow it didn't turn out that way. All in all a great day was had and we were blessed to meet such a great couple ( again! ...
... coffees instead of broiling ourselves in the tub.
Homebodies tonight with a BBQ dinner combined with salads from the Oxbow markets and accompanied by mysterious critter rustling in the garden. Meat cooked and table set by the boys while we girls watched TV. This I like!
Jeff & Nick in brotherly cheek to cheek dancing in the kitchen. Brother-husband?
Lots of Crowded House on the playlist. Feeling pretty damn contented.
The day consisted of taking Platypus wine tour to four wineries (Merryvale, Casa Nuestra, Dutch Henry, Hill vineries), eating some picnic and generally just relaxing. We also got to taste wine from a barrel and found our first winery cats. All in all quite uneventful day, now time to pack up and start driving to Yosemite ...
... the "Amalfi Coast" (the amazing picnic area/patio that we used after our tour - see pics),
Pride winery - it will always have a special place in our hearts because it was our first Napa Valley Wine Tasting. Good thing it was first too because it sits at the top of the long, steep, narrow, winding, Spring Mountain Drive. We also had a great tour guide, Andy, who had us convinced that Pride Mountain makes the best wine in the world - we soon learned that this is ...