Calistoga Village Inn & Spa
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... br> San Juan Bautista to Napa…almost all interstate driving. While Harlan was pretty nervous, thank goodness for the GPS because it kept telling us to stay to the right or left, as we approached ramps to other highways, to continue on our same highway. I remember when we first started travelling, I had to read the signs and we often had to switch lanes pretty quickly. It was much more nerve-wracking than traveling with the GPS except when ...
... and then set off in our car to explore the area.
We had an excellent day; visiting a hot spring geyser that erupts every 10 minutes, and then going on a tour of a winery that operates out of a spectacular castle that has been built by the Italian owner. We bought three bottles of wine as a result of the wine tasting, and settled in for the evening with cheese, wine, biscuits and TV. What more could we ask ...
... dozen reinforcements. Eventually 37 Hell's Angels and their girlfriends were hauled off to jail, along with four handguns, eight bullwhips, ten machetes, twelve daggers, and assorted drugs."
Then we drove to a place called The Painted Ladies which is a collection of houses across from Alamo Square. There was no parking here, so Dan drove around the block and I took some pictures. When you went up the hill, ...
... stewards a nice box of chocs before we departed in hope they would maybe help us out should Nathan kick off. No worries on that score he was the perfect baby. He sat in the sky cot playing with Swiss Dave and Louis. even the lady behind us began entertaining him when she realised he was like no other one year old. As we came in to land Nathan decided it was time for another nap so major problems there. We jumped the queue at immigration and were ...
... to eat and relax. The downtown area is not that far and we find a spot to park. After wandering the main street for a few minutes we settle on a corner spot that has steak on the menu! .. perfect!
With a glass of wine in hand and a good view of the main street we chill out and order. It is actually nice to just hang, but we are on a mission to find a place to sample some wines from the region. Have to ...
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