Indian Springs Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Wednesday 16 September
Napa Valley, California
60 degrees becoming cloudy and rain
Breakfast served at 8.30pm and shared with a Spanish couple and a local lady, Kimberley. Kimberley had been evacuated from the nearby wild fires. Her home was okay but the power would be not be fixed for some time. Kimberley's story was interesting. Health affected by the chemical company she engineered for, she moved to a ...
... at the Presidio Golf Course in San Francisco tomorrow and then we'll do some sight seeing in the afternoon and evening. I'm really looking forward to both! Tonight we'll relax and maybe make some s'mores! It's the first place we've been in an RV park that allows open fires. The weather is just beautiful here. It's in the upper 70's and will get down in the 50's tonight. Perfect! We've had so many 100+ days that it seems a little weird to have such pleasant ...
Leaving Lake Tahoe on Tuesday morning, we drove down through the Sierra Nevadas and Sacramento Valley towards Santa Rosa in Sonoma Valley, our primary wine tasting destination. We stopped briefly at Lake Berryessa and Dam and then visited one winery in Napa Valley, Raymond. This is one of Patty's
favorite wines and it was worth the visit. We loved the wine samples and
the tasting room was full ...
... to enjoy the meal. Been awhile since I've had 'brick-stone cooked' pizza so that is what Matt and I had. Danica had fresh BBQ shrimp with cilantro dressing that looked like 'to die for' and my dear wife had a scrumptious looking sausage sandwich. We picked up a bottle of V. Sattui's 'House Red' that contained a mix of delectable flavors---neither the food nor the wine were made for 'doggy-bag take home boxes' so we did our duty ...
... to quite enjoy it. Next to the point with the lighthouse on which gave amazing views down onto south beach and out to the Farallon Islands. On the way down from the lighthouse we stopped at Drakes Bay which felt a lot warmer as it is a bit more protected than the south beach. There is a visitors centre and cafe down there both which were closed due to it being off peak season. Quick drive up to Inverness were we had lunch ...