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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a couple of bottles of wine ....seemed rude not to...then headed off into the gorgeous countryside again to the Silver Oak winery. Completely opposite to the Coppola winery in size and commercialism, outstanding Cabernet here but slightly more pricey, but again...it seemed rude to leave empty handed ;-) It's a lot hotter tonight outside so still toasty even at 6.30..... We are about to throw some steaks on the grill and pop open one of the many wines we have purchased....you ...
... anything, and had a great time chatting with Byant and Mastof, a couple we met that appeared to be locals. They had us try a glass of sparkling wine with a late harvest Riesling Ice Wine- it was amazing! At Willi's Raw bar we shared several small plates and 3 kinds of oysters. We had Drakes Bay, from CA, Kumamoto from Oakland, WA, and Shigoku. They were all a bit salty, certainly not the blue points we are used ...
... no cable TV. The entire park is gravel; no grass, no dirt, so its not that nice a spot for the furry ones. The best we could do with over the air TV was the reception of 4 hispanic stations, none of which were broadcast in English. We watched shows that had been recorded on the DVD until we went to bed.
Tomorrow is another day. Hopefully the drive tomorrow will be less stressful. I'm getting too old and too grouchy to handle another travel day like that.
... to those of you who attended. It was a lovely evening!
We are back now at the Pink Trailer. Dave is repairing the joists in the ceiling, and I am going crazy whacking down the overgrown Boston Laurel. Jeezuz… These things are insane! They are trying to take over the whole property. But, with my trusty chain saw and wood chipper I am making some progress. It seems like my entire life is whacking down greenery and grinding it to ...
... biscuit than what we’d call a cracker). At Market, a gas burner is delivered to your table as a campfire substitute and we happily went about our marshmallow roasting in the middle of the restaurant.
After dinner we crossed the road to St Helena’s quaint movie theatre, which features comfy sofa seats and walls packed with old-style movie memorabilia. The one-screen theatre was showing Limitless; a movie about our appetites on this ...