BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn Dixon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a worthwhile stop for us. First stop was the Oxbow Market, a small boutique like market with various little organic food stalls. We all ordered something different from the different stalls and, nit having had breakfast, tucked in with some gusto. We then drove over to our hotel, the Napa Winery Inn, checked in but missioned straight out again to do the Robert Mondavi wine and tasting tour that started at three. We got there just in time, but ...
... Sonoma, the first thing we did was go to Jack London State Park and to the Jack London museum. He was a famous author at the end of the 19th century, a very interesting character. From here we went to Benziger, a biodynamic winery - biodynamic farming is apparently the highest from of organic farming. We had a wine tasting session and learned about the natural ways of running the winery, it was so interesting. They only use about half ...
... air-conditioner outside that kept on cutting in and out. After some discussions with various members of staff we were given another room with less noise. We then set out for dinner in Napa. We slept in the next morning and relaxed as we had nothing planned for today. Only trying to repackage our bags for our trip home and to enjoy the Napa area. We did this and were grateful for this time before we had to head ...
Napa grows a lot of things but most noticeable to me is the great fileds of grapes and olive tree orchards. There was a very nice and expensive restaurant that served great food the name was brix. The area was very dry and had littel to no natural growth if plants but very drought resistant ...
... prices. Undeterred at this stage though, we pressed on to search out the other few vineyards on our 'short list'. The remainder of them though ended up being fee paying tastings ($20 +) and the wines were all around $60 +++! Mark was not happy as he had been looking forward to this excursion as part of our holiday.
So, empty handed and very unimpressed, we headed home via Downtown Napa and the Oxbow Markets where we picked up some breakfast ...