Wine Valley Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWine Valley Lodge Napa
But the receptionist talks oddly. Still, Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Rock Hudson all stayed here.
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... leads down to the Golden Gate Bridge. (We drive about 20 minutes to catch the ferry and can be in San Francisco in an hour). We are on 40 acres of lovely gardens, lemon and orange trees, vast meadows with grasses so tall I could drown in them, old pines and ...
... are extremely large barrels that hold 500 litres each... Plus 11 cases of wine to bring back. Next was a tour of a cork factory.. Which was surprisingly good.. even without any wine samples! Then back to San Francisco to drop the barrels off and meet Paul in a cosy bar. Well it would've been if we'd managed to get a table inside... Did eventually though and watched a little sport (for a ...
... hill towards the top of the mountain on the island. It was quite a walk with some great scenery. I also managed to see a number of birds and deer along the way too. It took an hour or so to reach the top where I met a couple from called John and Alaina who were from Pennsylvania and about my age. We had a good chat and they told me how they were staying in the city and had come for a day trip. I then walked down the mountain with them and talked about a number ...
Well I cant say I slept a wink, kids did well though and Iain on and off. After bacon butties we put the bikes to use and all biked the Redwood Trail Trail through spectacular forrest and a long up hill, full marks to Ruby again for an emotional an tough ride and to Olly for coming back to help her and carry her bike over several streams...... We then hit the wine trail, ...
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