Cache Creek Casino Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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... Nicaraguan driver, explained that he was required to conduct the tour in English, and then proceeded to speak in a hybrid of Spanglish and Esperanta. The only word that was clearly understandable was ‘a-why?’ which he asked himself rhetorically at the end of each sentence.
We drove out across the Bay Bridge to start our anticlockwise tour of Napa and Sonoma, together with fifty other people. It was another perfect day, 22C and ...
... Whilst normally not a Pinot Noir drinker it was certainly the stand-out. The helpful host at Nicholson's suggested I follow the Silverado Trail in Napa for a pleasant motorcycle ride among the wineries.
Found the Silverado Trail but then encountered a detour that put me on a nice curvy mountain road above Sonoma which I followed for about 3 - 4 miles before checking the GPS to find ...
... radio- and WiFi access. Once there we were welcomed with an upgrade on our room and a very expensive bottle of best Californian red vine. The hotel inclusively our room is completely amazing. Therefore we decided to spend the two days in Napa relaxing with cocktails on the pool and a glass of red vine in the evening on our terrace with view to the vineyards, before we will proceed with sightseeing in San ...
... we stayed at the RiverPointe Napa Valley Resort. What a beautiful setting right in the heart of Napa. The individual cottages are set among the trees. Fully furnished one bedrooms with an outside deck.
The best part about ...
... pedaled almost 30 miles--through Alamo Square to see the Painted Ladies (Victorian row houses), to The Haight Ashbury neighborhood, then along John F. Kennedy Dr. through Golden Gate Park with a stop at the Japanese Tea Gardens where we stopped for some tea and a snack. Then we pedaled to the beach on the Pacific coast, up the hill on Lincoln St. to Lands End and across the Golden Gate Bridge, then downhill (thank goodness) along the bay ...