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3 hours driving 138 miles.
As part of our money saving/healthy eating efforts we stopped and made some sandwiches in the Napa vineyards..see photo.
Once arriving at the Mountain Home Ranch (about 4 miles into the hills from Calistoga) we hit the hiking trail, found the sulphur springs and followed the canyon for about an hour each way.
Great dinner at Bosko in Calistoga.
... with Jake in tow. Stops at a pet food bakery, thrift shop, gallery and finally Murphy's Pub, where they proudly advertise, "Budweiser....Don't Even Ask!". Naturally, we ask but settle for a flight of three Irish specials knowing there's a lot of time left for the Napa & Sonoma wines. The heat takes its toll on Jake so we stop to "inspect" a kennel advertising daycare for the travelling dog, and leave him in their ...
We got to Napa hot n sweaty after a long drive stuck on i80. Not much to say really, the place is a ghost town, so much for it being a 'must do'. We took an evening wine train with dinner, supposedly going through some of the most beautiful Californian countryside... It ran the length of a motorway, down the middle of it with cars honking either side. Hmmm, maybe we've just been spoilt by Swiss & Indian rail journeys? Maybe not, the Manchester express has better ...
... least for the time being, so bring on the new wineries. So little time, so MUCH wine.
Harlan's feeling better, so we decided a visit to a winery was in order since Judy and Pete haven’t had a wine tasting experience yet. Castello di Amorosa was suggested by two gentlemen we visited with at dinner at the Elks. This winery has sweeter wines for tasting, which we were looking for because Mowry’s enjoy that type of wine.
... beautiful building, great atmosphere and most importantly VERY tasteful wine. We can't wait to come back next year! On arrival at the camping site we enjoyed the sun for a while, set up our tent and had the usual barbecue.
We got up early the next day, so we had enough time to plan our day of wine tasting. Since drinking and driving wasn't an option for us, we didn't have a clue of how to get around between the wineries. The ...
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