Petit Logis Inn

6527 Yount St, Yountville, Napa Valley, California, 94599, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 6527 Yount St, Yountville, is near Napa Valley Bike Tours, Napa Valley Aloft, Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley, and Vintage 1870.
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    Wandering Winos

    A travel blog entry by ryanandpatti on Jun 08, 2013

    14 photos

    ... a huge and delicious breakfast prepared by the B&B owner Kathleen (who looked and talked exactly like you would expect of a Californian B&B owner) She baked us huge stacks of blueberry pancakes, delicious sausages, home made rolls, and awesome quiches. This was an ESSENTIAL base to our day since we generally started wine tasting at 10am and went to between 3 and 5 wineries before we called it quits and had a pre-dinner "wine nap" in our pillow-top comfortable ...

    Aspen & Company!

    A travel blog entry by gypsytour on Jun 07, 2013

    30 photos

    ... into Billy lips. Nothing on film but God was it funny.

    Billy claimed his actions (I think this is hard with nothing but "boring grown-ups" around EXCEPT if Uncle Meatball is playing) were deliberate to get Aspen all riled up and distressed at the thought of bedtime - and then leave. I kind of like being on the other side of raising children, being able to have all the ...

    A San Francisco Treat

    A travel blog entry by return2gr8land on Oct 09, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... gloves (but sometimes had ski goggles). Some rented equipment, others sported their rear-entry boots and 190cm pin straight Rossignols. It was inevitable that a handful of them would require “courtesy” rides down in a toboggan after realizing they can’t conquer a double black diamond trail after their hour group lesson. Typically they’d be found trying to carry their skis (not hooked together) with their pole straps still around their ...

    Wine Country

    A travel blog entry by lucy_billy on Oct 27, 2011

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... price tag of $20million overlooking the ocean. Maybe one day...... As we had a few more days that we thought, we spent a day in Yosemite National Park. Definitely worth the visit if only to see the huge Giant Sequoia trees. We saw one so big, we could walk through it! Mum gave me some advice to hug one, just because it feels nice, so I did! Lots of wildlife sightings - deers ...

    The Grapes of Wrath

    A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on Jun 13, 2011

    2 comments, 243 photos

    ... br> After brunch, we followed Derek and Valerie to Muir Woods, a tree haven and national park located along Highway 1 outside Mill Valley. My niece Kira rode with us, leaving Joanna and me on high alert since my sister (and her mother) Cynthia had just informed us that Kira had thrown up on this exact commute a couple days earlier. I actually don't blame her. The roads were tortuous and frightening at times, with no guard rail to ...