Hotel Les Mars, Relais & Chateaux
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Napa area for a while and poked around and had lunch. We came back to Palo Alto in the evening and had a delicious home cooked meal. Today will be a relaxed day. Sophie can go to Dan's gym, Bill and I will probably take a walk around this beautiful neighborhood and later today we will travel to Oakland to see the Red Sox play the Oakland A's with my brother Peter. ...
Today we set out early, arriving at White Oak Vineyards around. 10. Scott, our sommelier, set us on a 9 wine, heavy pour portfolio. Wine for breakfast, why not!? Many of their wines were great, the can blend and merlot were excellent. We spent about an hour and a half here, chatting about weather, east coast/west coast differences, and life. Onward from here we visited Alexander Valley Winery. We missed the 11am ...
... next door and we happily gathered around the warmth of a small wood stove as he turned a bowl and several other items on his lathe.
The redwood bowls and other pieces were beautiful. I had to resist the urge to bring something home. But as Lars keeps reminding me..."We're downsizing"!
All too soon we were on our way back to Santa Rosa and our dinner gathering.
It was a lovely busy day.
... but hadn't noticed it needed D cells (not included, of course) so I thought I was out of luck. Not to worry! TBD did one of his McGyver tricks and lashed some AA batteries together to get the job done. Slept tight and I now know how to rock the battery trick. Ha!
I must get back to work so that is all for now my dears, I will write again soon.
Much love from the river!
... create. It must say something that a place so wonderful and creative was built with money generated from casinos, we’re just not sure what (secretive owner Ray Carano is a huge mover and shaker in the Reno casino scene).
Hoffman House in the tiny town of Geyserville was the venue for lunch before a little more wine tasting in the afternoon. Dinner was at Bistro Ralph – a must-visit if you’re ever in the area; great ...