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#Napa: It's Not JUST About the #Wine Although Napa Valley is best known for its grape libations, many of the wineries offer other opportunities aside from just tasting. The Castillo di Amerosa, also knows as the castle of love... Sterling Vineyards, also in Calistoga, has an aerial cable car, which transports you from the vineyards themselves into a majestic mountain winery.Continuing North beyond Sterling and Castillo di Amerosa is the Petrified Forrest on Petrified Forrest Road.
No Passport Required! #USA #travel #vacation #family #kids #fun #PuertoRico #Hawai #Oregon #Florida "America the Beautiful" was originally a poem written in 1893 by Katharine Lee Bates, who was inspired to pen the historic words after taking a memorable -- and clearly, scenic -- cross-country train trip from Massachusetts to Colorado. In the late 1800s, such a trip might have been grueling, but it was nonetheless considered exotic whereas nowadays, it sometimes seems travelers aren't impressed
#NapaValley #CA #wines To steal a line from the New York Times, the array of sensory indulgences in Napa Valley can make you dizzy before you have even had your first glass of local wine. Napa Valley is known not only for the hundreds of vineyards and wineries that rival the best of Burgundy or Bordeaux, but also for its charming small towns with world-class shopping and food and miles and miles of stunning scenery.
#Acadia #Noflight #NorthEast #Maine #Kids #Family #Vacation "This cozy little town is a must-see! This is a great place to spend the day! Be sure to stop at one of the family-run ice cream shops to get a cone of delicious, home-made ice cream. With your frozen treat in hand, roam around the town stopping to window shop."