Cache Creek Casino Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We set up camp at the Napa Valley Expo which is part of the fairgrounds and about a mile from downtown Napa. My first adventure was a bike ride into town. I enjoyed the riverwalk area and picked up some information on the area at the visitor center. Following the map, I was able to enjoy all the public art on display throughout the downtown area. The 9/11 memorial with steel beams from the Twin Towers and the names of all those who ...
Two irritating buzzing flies in our cabin work us up early so we were up, out and on our way to Napa by 8:15, a record! We were planning to stop for breakfast along the way, but didn't really come across anything that warranted a stop so we drove on straight through. It was a pleasant, interesting drive past attractive lakes and rolling grassy farmland. The wide open spaces and the brown colour of the grass reminded us a bit of South Africa. As ...
... 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 ...
... campground and the parking challenge began. The first site we picked seemed perfect, but I couldn't get Harlan guided into the back in spot without whacking the motorhome with tree branches. So, we drove around to the other side where there are shorter trees. After maneuvering back, forth, left and right, I got him parked, but not before having a mini-meltdown that I couldn’t do it and his encouragement that we ...