Rancho Caymus Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... breathtaking views from 2000 ft above the valley. It was a beautiful clear day, we could see the entire valley with a wall of fog clinging to the coast and the edge of the town of Napa. There were a number of balloons out punctuating the skyline with splashes of colour. After a mesmerising hour and a half floating over the valley we touched down as gently as we took off. We then headed back for a large breakfast at Domaine Chandon - ...
... towering over us while we were still in the car park. We hopped onto a tour "trolley" of the awe inspiring giants.
The giant sequoias are beautiful, distinctive redwood trees. Some of the trees in Mariposa Grove are well over 2000 years old. Although not the tallest trees they grow to almost 300 feet in Mariposa with a diameter of up to 40 feet, impressive by any measure. Interestingly the sequoias need forrest fires to reproduce - the fire ...
Central California is today's goal. Approximately 275 miles from Eureka to Napa, the heart of wine country! Our day is off to an early, but relaxing start, with a hearty breakfast from our Red Lion home, travelling along 101 south through Redwood country. A fun stop for pics at the Drive Through Tree, a river walk for the dog, a patio lunch in Ukiah and a twisting 50 miles along Highway 28 to Napa and ...
... around aisles looking at all the food they have. Man do they have a lot of frozen foods.
We were stunned by the price of vodka (they sell it at the supermarket) 1.75 absolut vodka for $35. We attempted KFC today to see what it was like from the country that bought us the colonel, can now say that we took KFC from USA and made so much better.
Tomorrow we shall be getting up and heading off to view a car,
Wish us luck xx
... best wineries in Napa" yesterday and stumbled upon a list of 5 on Yelp. I combined that with a recommendation from my friend Monika, mapped it all out last night and printed it in the hotel lobby this morning, feeling very prepared to tackle the valley. Well, lo' and behold, the first winery we went to, Jarvis, was appointment only. Ooops. We figured this might be the case with the rest of the wineries on our list, so we googled "Napa tourist ...