I'm planning a trip to Napa with two friends. Any tips as to where we should stay and go?
So many wonderful places there... I would make reservations before you leave and confirm them. The valley really fills up fast and rooms become non-available quickly which can leave you sleeping in your car. If you are going from food... then the French Laundry ( make reservations NOW if you can get in you will be lucky.) Tara is another great restaurant up there ( St. Helena.) If you are wine tasting stop all over the place over the weekend.. .don't bunch it all up into one day... the highway patrol loves tourists and a DUI will leave a long and nasty mark. Napa, Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford and St. Helena are the towns of the Napa Valley. It is very easy to drive through all of them in one day but you will miss a lot. I would stay in Napa or Yountville and then explore that area one day and then stay in St. Helena The next day and explore that area the next. If you combine driving on Hwy 29 with a return trip on the Silverado Trail... you will circle the entire valley... Mums is a great place to stop for Sparkling wine....
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