Silver Rose Inn Spa & Winery Resort
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... s team to help them bottle the Starfish Pinot Noir, made by Dan Cederquist. Dan partners with Steve and uses Steve's wine making facility to make his personal label. During dinner, of course, we drank the wine we bottled with the delicious dinner that Steve and Joan prepared. Cheers!
Before dinner, we had time to go to the Petrefied ...
... reminds me of a joke comparing women and motorized things, but don't think I'll get into THAT right now.
Hotter than a "2 dollar pistol" here in Napa with temps right at 100. All three A/C/s on the Alfa are working full time. We showered, got dressed and went to meet #1 niece Danica and significant other-Matt at the Fish Story in downtown old (guess correct term should be historical) Napa. A really neat place, good food, good wine, GREAT ...
Monday I walked up to Hertz with Theodora and picked up car, picked up the others at the Hotel, and soon we were heading towards "EATS" breakfast place that Theodora had discovered on previous visit. Then we were back into car and over the Golden Gate Bridge (which, despite my vertigo, was not too scary) and immediately dropped off the Highway and drove down to Sausalito for a view back at San Francisco which would ...
... not as "high tech" as Sterling was today.
After the tour we headed into the small town of Calistogo for lunch. We found an authentic Mexican restaurant and enjoyed our lunch outside. The salsa was the best I've ever eaten- made with fresh tomatoes, onions and cilantro. We must have all enjoyed it, as the waiter had to bring three baskets of chips and salsa refills! When we finished lunch, Morgan and I stepped into a few little shops where she found ...
... the mountain. Staying at the inn was supposed to be a special birthday splurge, but ironically was the cheapest night of accomodation on the whole trip AND included a sampling selection of craft brews AND breakfast the next morning, what a deal!
Our last day of cycling was a breeze compared to the others, despite being 57 miles. We coasted down the Napa Valley to Vallejo, with only a minor detour through a trailer park when we got ...
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