Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Calistoga
... and sort all the pipes and electric cords out.... Luckily a lovely fellow camper assisted Bav into the reserved space and helped him work out what went where.
We had a great time chilling out and everything works well on the RV. After a good nights sleep we left the RV site around 12 noon and headed home, stopping at the Napa sign for a bit to eat and a few photos.
All in all, a successful trial run.
... have all probably had a bottle of Calistoga Mineral Water at some time in your life. Well, it comes from Calistoga CA and THIS piece of art is out in front of the factory. Note I have Pete in a couple of the shots to show 'perspective' on the actual size of the piece. The bottles in the back of the truck are made of real glass and have water in some of them.
For those of you concerned about my 'rug rat crud'. I (and my antibiotics) have ...
... br> The computer problems pretty much took up all our time today but we did go back over to the Elks to make sure their spaces were large enough to accommodate the Alfa. It might be tight but we think it will work---now if only they have the space when we are ready to move on Sunday.
GEARHEAD alert!!!! For pictures today I'm attaching some shots of a neat 'shop' we found in St. Helena. The ...
... us loved it! This is so different from how we are living most of the time and a brief excursion into another World. It was what I imagine the Orient Express to be, complementary Mumm Napa, five courses of amazing food, outstandingly good wine and all as we chugged up the valley – loved it.
Next day we were collected again – this time by Captain Steve, driving a stretched limo, with Graeme and Tammy inside ...
... Madge (our sat nav as she is known) and were on our way.
The drive to Napa was only an hour long and we got to cross the Bay Bridge, the other famous bridge in San Francisco. There are five lanes going in both directions, but the bridge actually isn't that wide. Southbound cars travel on the top of the bridge, Northbound travel underneath the cars on top. Clever! We called in to get gas (which is petrol) and breakfast from ...