Hotel Les Mars, Relais & Chateaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... sure it is real, and are made very aware of the altitude when a quite incidental incline literally takes our breath away. Lake Tahoe is simply glorious, despite the early snow it is still very warm and the light sparkles off the lake so improbably deep and clean. Entirely surrounded by mountains it is the perfect all year round get-away with beaches and skiing. Stupidly, that’s stupidly of Tony, we haven’t planned to stay long enough and only the prospect or more ...
... featured in publications such as Sunset and Architectural Digest. They are architecturally restricted to fit into the environment and much of the land is kept as open space.
We planned to stop at Fort Ross, the restored remains of a Russian fur-trapping outpost built here in 1812, but for an unknown reason it was closed. The Russians were here for 30 years, farming wheat and potatoes, trading with local ...
... 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 ...