White House Inn & Spa
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... making olive oil here more than selling olives. Flavoured olive oils, very interesting.
The process is very intense - into a hopper, up conveyor belt, deleafer, washer, next hopper where they can throw in oranges or/and lemons to get crushed (including the pips), pressed through a screen etc and ...
Finding our way via BART train is a challenge. Not as easy as NY or Paris. But we get to the Omnivore Book Store -which specializes in cookbooks- to meet a favorite author.
David Lebovitz autographs his new book Paris Cooks for us. ...
Sunday morning and we were up and out by 8.30 and straight into a cab to Blazing Saddles, from whom we had hired bikes for the day.
We completed the necessary paperwork, popped round the corner for breakfast and then returned for our bike fit.
Bikes at the ready we headed down to the pier; we had opted for a guide, Chris, who was v knowledgeable and led our group out of town, stopping at points ...
... five different dishes. All amazing. The wine pairing was excellent.
Drove to Calistoga which is the northernmost town in Napa Valley and walked around. Very interesting but more low-key than its tony neighbour St Helena and Yountville.
Beautiful scenery with trees and vineyards changing colours.
Day 163 - Today was a Bucket List moment (well, for me anyway. Nick's will NEVER include off the ground situations on his list)!! It was a spectacular morning and we were off to Napa leaving at 5:00 a.m. to get to Domaine Chandon for a 6:30 start time. We are treated to Coffee, Orange Juice and Croissants and Muffins. We then get our safety briefing and are taken over to the start point which is on the driving range of ...