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Suggestions for Napa Valley Wine Tasting Tour Itineraries

We've put together 4 Napa Valley Tasting itineraries, depending on your personal tastes and preferences!  First time visitor to Napa and looking for a good overview of the regions best? Intro t Napa is the itinerary for you. Other itineraries are based on wine preference.  We've got suggestions for red, white and sparkling!

 

Intro to Napa!

Robert Mondavi Winery, Rutherford

Suggested Itinerary for a San Francisco Trip

If you’ve got a day or two to explore the city, try out these classic highlights.  Get an early start and wear comfy walking shoes because you’re about to embark on a long, wonderful day in the City by the Bay!

 

Union Square  

Is backing up your trailer a challenge for you?

Learning how to back up an RV trailer is perhaps one of the biggest challenges for any RVer. That's because so many things can go wrong while you're backing up. You can end up hitting other vehicles, fire hydrants, walls, rocks, trees and even people. Indeed, the very thought of backing up an RV trailer can be enough to set even a seasoned RVer on edge.

Some tips on planning meals when on an RV or camping trip

The key to having good food while on the road is not to stop off at every diner along the way, but to be prepared. Forget about the cramped quarters or the lack of household appliances that you have to work with, and keep in mind some of the following tips so that you too can eat like a king on the road, and on a tighter budget.

Before You Go

DogTrekker

If you don’t live in the East Bay, you might not know that there is a treasure trove of DogTrekker delights waiting to be discovered.

5 Wineries You Need to Drink at in San Francisco

Bluxome Street Winery

Where: 53 Bluxome St.

Try locally made wine with a charcuterie plate, just like it’s intended. Bluxome makes their wine with grapes sourced from Sonoma, and each wine is meant to be paired with food. Enjoy wine by the glass or try a flight in the tasting room, which looks like an upscale bar from pre-Prohibition-era San Francisco.

9 Things For Less Than $9 in San Francisco

Just because the price of craft cocktails is steadily climbing doesn’t mean there’s no fun to be had for the budget-conscious traveler. Here’s nine (or more) fun ways to experience the city without breaking the bank.

1.     CABLE CARS

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is now open weekends and holidays in January and February as part of their new year-round schedule.

Take a look all the amazing things to do while at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom — from pulse-pounding roller coasters to gentler options for tots. Take a break at one of their entertaining shows and catch a bite at one of their restaurants. Don't forget to pick up your souvenirs so you can remember the day!

Jack London Square

Experience the natural beauty of Oakland’s waterfront jewel, Jack London Square. Discover innovative dining opportunities or return to well-loved favorites. Enjoy expansive lawns, picturesque piers and sun-drenched walking paths. Shop in some of Oakland’s unique local boutiques. Steps from downtown, but a world away.

www.jacklondonsquare.com

Kid Friendly Activities in San Francisco

Families and Kids

Fisherman's Wharf is the most family-oriented place in San Francisco and contains the highest concentration of activities for families with children.

Some popular activities for kids are visiting the Aquarium of the Bay at PIER 39, or eating world famous Ghirardelli chocolate and hot fudge sundaes at Ghirardelli Square. Kids also love the Wax Museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, and taking the ferry to Alcatraz to get a taste of what life was like on "The Rock."

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