Calistoga Ranch, An Auberge Resort
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... trip. We then started back to San Francisco early afternoon and kept on driving down the coast to Monterey. About 3 hours from San Fran. Stopped off on the way to buy some fresh organic strawberries and try some hot apple and strawberry cider, very yummy. Glen had a strawberry shortcake which comprised of a 3inch shortcake, topped with strawberries and yummy whipped cream. Mmm mmmmmm! When we arrived in Monterey we went to a ...
... the age of 25 means I cannot drive the rental car (unless we wanted to add an extra $300 which we did not want to do funnily enough).
This part of the USA has lots of wind farms and their wind farms arent 20 or 30 windmills, they have hundreds maybe thousands grouped together and spread out over an area. Dustin drove through a miniature dust tornado (could hardly see it) and we encountered a problem when we realised there is a toll bridge to ...
... own sons Michael and Tim in the Napa Valley. Michael and Tim are both following family tradition to this day and Michael's family are all heavily involved as well.
Check out the piccys - next up - road trip along the coast - San Fran to LA.
Bye Bye San Fran - I will miss your beatnik charm, streets overflowing with cafes and restaurants and your pride in your heritage.
It was so nice to wake up and not feel rushed this morning! As a matter of fact, we were able to do something we have not done so far on this trip. Tommy built a fire and we cooked stick biscuits for breakfast. Yum!
The rental car was delivered to our campground around 8am, so after breakfast we showered and gathered our things for a day in Napa Valley. The drive to Napa took almost an hour, but it was such a beautiful drive along the vineyards. A lady on ...
... was surprised that I liked, really liked the Bordeaux Blend. Would a true wine snob, say the same? Maybe not, but this Cork Dork is willing to admit when a wine is nothing else but good.