When people think of Napa Vallety, California, they think of wine. There are actually things that you can do in Napa Valley that have nothing with wine. The following things are in Napa, but have nothing to do with wine:
-you can walk down Napa Art Walk and see 3-D art and sculptures done by local artists. Purchase one of these sculptures and keep the Walk going
-you can learn what Napa Valley was like before it was famous by going to the Napa Valley Historical Society. You can sign up for lectures and tours by local historians.
-if you are tired of grapes, you can try the world-quality olives that thrive in at the Round Pond Estate. You can try their selection of craft oils that have a lot of spices, herbs, flowers or fruit
-if you want to know what to cook with the wine, you can go to the Silvarado Cooking School. The well-known Chef Malcolm de Sieves shows you how to cook with advanced techniques
-you can relax with a massage and mud bath at the Auberge Spa at te Calistoga Ranch resort.
-you can climb up the famous Mount St. Helena at the Robert Louis Stevenson Park. From the mountain, you can see beautiful mountains, rolling hills and a fine blue sky.
If you do decide to experience wine in Napa Valley, you could hire Traveling Vineyard to have a special Wine Event.
At this Wine Event, Traveling Vineyard will send Wine Guides that will bring with them wine education materials that have notes on types of wine and food that can pair with the wine, to sample accessories, tasting glasses and ten bottles of wine to taste for the first time.
The Traveling Vineyard has been doing events like this since 2001.
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Whether you enjoy the wine or not, you should have a good time in Napa Valley.