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10 Best Places to Visit in Saint Helena


Best Attractions and Places to See in St Helena, California CA

St. Helena Travel Guide. MUST WATCH. Top things you have to do in St. Helena. We have sorted Tourist Attractions in St. Helena for You. Discover St. Helena as per the Traveler Resources given by our Travel Specialists. You will not miss any fun thing to do in St. Helena.

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List of Best Things to do in St. Helena, California (CA)

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Pride Mountain Vineyards
Schweiger Vineyards
Anderson's Conn Valley Vineyards
Merryvale Vineyards
Del Dotto Estate Winery & Caves
Sherwin Family Vineyards
Joseph Phelps Vineyards
Moone Tsai Winery
Duckhorn Vineyards

Top 10 Things to do on St Helena Island

My Top Ten Things To Do on St Helena Island

During my seven months on St Helena I have had the opportunity to explore this wonderful remote island in the South Atlantic. Only 4500 people and 1000s of miles from Brazil or Angola/Namibia. It is truly remote. The Saint people are some of the most warm and welcoming people I have ever had the pleasure or living and working with.
This is my top ten things to o on St Helena Island when you are here.
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11 Things to Do in Napa City

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A few months ago I was invited to spend 3 days in Napa city and explore all the city had to offer. The 11 spots in this video were my favorites from my time exploring. Be sure to spend some time in Napa if you get a chance and let me know what your favorite spot is in the comments.

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1. Downtown Napa Art Walk / Gordon Huether Studio
2. Westwood Hills Park
3. Bike Downtown Napa
4. Oxbow Public Market
5. Anette's Chocolates
6. Grape Crusher Statue
7. Bowling at Crush
8. 9/11 Memorial
9. Bounty Hunter
10. Alexis Baking Company
11. Napa General Store

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ONE DAY IN NAPA: Day Trip Guide to More Than Just Wineries (Best Food)

Rather than go through a longwinded list of wineries, we cover a few wineries, but bring you with us to our favorite places for food and coffee during a day trip to Napa! We also tell you about some important things you should know about visiting Napa.

Where should you get breakfast before a day trip to Napa? What are things you need to know before you go to Napa? What towns should you visit in the Napa Valley? How expensive is wine tasting in Napa? What time do Napa wineries close? What are the best places to eat in Napa? What is Del Dotto like? What is Domaine Chandon like? What is Yountville like?

These questions answered as we bring you our guide on how to spend a day trip to Napa from San Francisco!

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Napa Travel Tips: 10 Things to Know Before You Go to Napa

Things you'll want to know before you travel to the Napa Valley in California. The best time of year to come: September & October. Grape Harvest seasons. June/July/August is HOT! Really Hot in the day like 90-100F. But cold at night... in the 50's. The morning fog during June through August is deceptive; temperatures get toasty once it burns off

2. Napa is Expensive: Think Disneyland prices, Hotels, Food, and wine tasting. Wine tastings cost $20-$75

3. Napa is more than the city of Napa: The whole Napa Valley, St Helena, Calistoga, Sonoma too

4. Getting to Napa: Ultimately Driving, but you can fly in to
Sacramento, Oakland, SFO, SJC. Napa is located 40 miles south of Sacramento and 50 miles north of San Francisco. About an hour drive from each. You can also take a bus to Napa from Oakland and San Francisco.

5. Public transit is non-existant, but there are wine tours if you don't want to drive.

6. Reservations: Make reservations, for winery tastings, and dinner. You'll thank me later.

7. Wake up early: Especially on the weekends if you are visiting the wineries, go to the busy ones before noon. After 12 is when they get crazy busy.

8. No nightlife -- all the wineries close at 5-6pm to prevent drunk driving. Only thing to do a night is eat. And you better do that before 9pm.

9. Food: Best food is in the town of Napa itself. Think about a picnic lunch from V. Sattui or Dean and Deluca (Both in St. Helena)

10. Don't drink too much -- particularly on a hot day... the wine goes to your head faster. Many tasting rooms have a place that you can spit your wine. It's okay to spit it out after tasting, the more you spit, the more you can taste.


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Montana is a western state defined by its diverse terrain ranging from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains. Its wide-open spaces include Glacier National Park, a vast wilderness preserve that passes into Canada. The park’s many snow-capped peaks, lakes and alpine hiking trails are showcased along its famed Going-to-the-Sun Road, stretching 50 miles.

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Top Tourist Attractions in Helena: Travel Guide Montana

Top Tourist Attractions in Helena: Travel Guide Montana:
Cathedral of St. Helena, Montana State Capitol, Gates of the Mountains, Original Governor's Mansion, Reeder's Alley, Great Northern Carousel , Montana Historical Society Museum, Mount Helena

Top 10 Best California Wineries to Visit in 2019

Top 10 California Wineries to Visit in 2019

What goes better together than wine and travel? Welcome to MojoTravels and today we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 California Wineries To Visit in 2019.

For this list, we’re looking at the most prolific, popular and destination-worthy wineries and vineyards in the golden state.

10: Raymond Vineyards
9: Beringer Vineyards
8: Helwig Vineyards & Winery
7: Presqu’ile Winery
6: Robert Mondavi Winery
5: Silver Oak Cellars
4: MacRostie Winery & Vineyards
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Napa Travel Guide: 5 Things to do in the Napa Valley

A travel guide for visiting the Napa California including a visit to Sterling Vineyards to ride on the cable car, Castello di Amorosa to visit the 13th century Castle, Domaine Carneros for Sparking Wine tasting and a french chateau, the Napa Wine Train, and the Oxbow Public Market. Napa is the wine capital of the USA, and while there are MANY more things to do in Napa than the contents of this video, these 5 attractions are some of the highlights to get you started and give you an appreciation of the Napa region.


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12 AMAZING Things to do in Yountville, California: Napa Valley Travel Guide

Yountville is most definitely Napa Valley’s friendliest town and has some incredible wine, food, wellness and hospitality! I flew up for a fun-filled 48 hours in lovely Yountville and have put together a travel guide with some wonderful suggestions on how to spend your time in #YountvilleCA

1. Art Walk, stroll Yountville.

#Yountville is that rare gem in #NapaValley where you can actually do a ton on foot! Take advantage of this major convenience in Yountville and bounce around the wine tasting rooms, shops, hotels and restaurants all while taking in some wonderful art!

2. Stay at Hotel Yountville

This was my second time staying at Hotel Yountville and I absolutely loved it! The rooms are fabulous, the staff is so accommodating and they have expanded to quite an impressive property!

3. Cocktails by the pool at Hotel Yountville

This is the perfect way to wind down from a busy day or get the party started! You will most likely be drinking a lot of wine, so I thoroughly enjoyed the variety and creativity of the cocktail menu.

4. Dinner at RH Restaurant at RH Hardware

RH Restaurant is part of the five-building RH Yountville Compound, an integration of food, wine, art and design. Get ready for jaw-dropping moments and excellent eats and vino!

5. Hot Air Balloon Ride

This has been on my bucket list for over a decade, so I was thrilled to finally go on a #hotairballoon ride! Hotel Yountville offers a package with Napa Valley Aloft. This is a great way to see Napa Valley from a completely different perspective. Be ready to wake up early!

6. Stay at Hotel Villagio

Another wonderful hotel to stay at in Yountville is Hotel Villagio. This is an impressive property with a wonderful breakfast buffet, lots of communal areas, fun photo ops at a little vineyard next door, a great bar and beautiful spa. There is also a fun house jeep that can drop you at dinner.

7. Breakfast Buffet at Hotel Villagio

Don't miss the most important meal of the day!

8. Spa Day at Spa at the Estate
Let's be honest, drinking wine and eating awesome food is hard work! You deserve a break!

9.. Lunch at Coqueta Napa Valley

Coqueta means “flirt” or “infatuation” in Spanish, and let me tell you Michael Chiarello and his team represented! This was a total highlight of my time in Yountville and the food is killer! I highly suggest starting off your meal with their house gin and tonic.

10. Wine and Cheese Tasting at Silver Trident Winery

When you visit Silver Trident Winery, you feel like you are walking into your Aunt's home in Tuscany and enjoying wine and cheese with family. This aunt also has impeccable taste because everything is exclusively Ralph Lauren Home and available for purchase!

11. Wine Tasting at Handwritten Wines

Evocative wines, elevated vineyards and a truly unique #winetasting experience. This was my first stop upon landing in Napa Valley and a fantastic way to kick off my trip! The private tasting room is beautiful and this is a truly special opportunity to gain an education about wine and wine tasting. And the wines are so good!

12.. Dinner at Lucy Restaurant and Bar at Bardessono

If you can't stay at Bardessono, then a meal at Lucy is the next best thing! The food is phenomenal, the service is perfection with some of the best voices I've ever heard (legit these guys could all have a side hustle as voice-over artists), and you can enjoy a stroll around the property. Oh and be sure to visit the bathroom, I can never pass up a Japanese toilet.

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Best Attractions and Places to See in Helena, Montana MT

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Montana Blue Jewel Mine
Missouri River

Welcome to Duckhorn Vineyards - Saint Helena, California

Join us as we take a trip half a mile down Lodi Lane from Wine Country Inn to Duckhorn Vineyards. Visitors can taste award-winning Napa Valley wines, stroll the beautiful gardens and enjoy the vineyard view from Duckhorn's wrap-around veranda. Stay with us at Wine Country Inn, visit Duckhorn Vineyards, and taste authentic Napa Valley wines.

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Everyone is always asking us what the best wineries to visit in Napa Valley are. To answer this question we're putting together a video playlist that highlights some of our favorite places. So if you're planning a trip to Napa Valley or it's on your radar for the future stick around and give us a subscribe. We're going to be adding new videos to this playlist every week giving you a first hand look at the amazing wine tasting experiences that are available. Also we're big fans of deals. Every one of the wineries that we highlight are Priority Wine Pass partners. That means with a Priority Wine Pass you can get stuff like free or 2 for 1 tastings, discounts on wine and many more amazing deals. We don't like to brag, but we're one of the biggest and best wine tasting programs of our kind.

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Sonoma Valley Wineries Tour | Best Wineries & Itinerary | California VLOG

Sonoma Valley's Best Wineries & Itinerary

Join us as we explore Sonoma Valley for the first time! It took a bit of research and planning but it was all worth it!

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Five Amazing Napa Valley Wineries

There are some truly stunning landscapes in Napa Valley. From rolling vineyards to hilly retreats with meadow and forest views for miles, many of the most amazing wineries in Napa Valley are some of our dearest partners. Here are 5 amazing wineries in Napa Valley that you should visit during your stay at the Wine Country Inn.

Transatlantic Sailing Voyage. Exploring St. Helena Island. A Jewel in the South Atlantic.

Ep198. In this episode of Cruising Off Duty, we continue our Transatlantic sailing voyage on the 50' (Xquisite X5) Catamaran. We completed our sailing passage to St. Helena Island, and now it is time to explore the Island. There is so much to like about St. Helena.
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Life on Tristan da Cunha – the World's Most Remote Inhabited Island

Watch the three-part Britain's Treasure Islands documentary series on BBC FOUR, starting Tue 12 Apr 2016 21:00. (repeated Wed 13 Apr 2016 20:00).

This mini-documentary follows Stewart McPherson's journey to Tristan da Cunha, the most remote inhabited island in the world. We meet the Tristanians and an interview with ex-chief islander Harold Green reveals what life is like in Tristan's only settlement, Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.

Please note: although complementary to the BBC FOUR series, the 40 short mini-documentaries are not commissioned or editorially overseen by BBC.



Overview of the UK Overseas Territories
Filming the Britain’s Treasure Islands TV documentary series
Stewart McPherson’s lecture at the Royal Geographical Society

Mini-documentaries about each of the UK Overseas Territories

Ascension Island – wildlife and heritage
Saint Helena – wildlife and heritage
Tristan da Cunha – wildlife and heritage
Falkland Islands – wildlife and heritage
South Georgia – wildlife and heritage
British Antarctic Territory – wildlife and heritage
British Indian Ocean Territory – wildlife and heritage
Pitcairn Islands – wildlife and heritage
Bermuda – wildlife and heritage
Cayman Islands – wildlife and heritage
British Virgin Islands – wildlife and heritage
Montserrat – wildlife and heritage
Anguilla – wildlife and heritage
Turks and Caicos Islands – wildlife and heritage
Akrotiri and Dhekelia – wildlife and heritage
Gibraltar – wildlife and heritage

Mini-documentaries about specific subjects on particular UK Overseas Territories

Ascension Island – natives and aliens
Ascension Island – supplying the garrison
Saint Helena – wirebird conservation
Saint Helena – plant conservation
Life on Tristan da Cunha – the World’s Most Remote Inhabited Island
Tristan da Cunha – the Monster Mice of Gough Island
Falkland Islands – Jimmy the ex-whaler
British Indian Ocean Territory – coconut crabs
British Indian Ocean Territory – seabirds
British Indian Ocean Territory – underwater
Pitcairn Islands – Henderson Island’s wildlife
Life on Pitcairn Island – home of the descendants of the mutineers from HMS Bounty

Mini-documentaries about systematic wildlife groups across all of the UK Overseas Territories

Terrestrial Invertebrates of the UK Overseas Territories
Amphibians and Reptiles of the UK Overseas Territories
Plants of the UK Overseas Territories
Mammals of the UK Overseas Territories
Birds of the UK Overseas Territories
Marine Life of the UK Overseas Territories

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Islands of Evolution
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10 Most Isolated Places to Live in the World

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Sometimes we tend to exaggerate and say that we live in the middle of nowhere, but these people... they REALLY live in the middle of nowhere. And, for you to get a better idea of what we mean, here are the 10 most isolated habited places in the world.

This is the highest human settlement on earth. You can find it at 17,000 feet above sea level in the Peruvian Andes. It has a population of 50,000 and their economy relies on the gold they mine from nearby gold mines. The town lacks plumbing and sanitary drainage systems but does have mercury contamination from the mining activities as well. So, that’s a hard
place to live in.

It's known as The Roof of the World, at 9,000 feet. The winters are cold and Arctic-like.
They live as nomadic pastoralists, being known as 'Changpa', or 'Drokpa' together with snow leopards and yaks. Ah, and, if you want to go there, you’ll need a permit to enter the area.

It has a summer population of 150 and a winter population of 80. There is a ‘Correos de Chile’ post office staffed in the summer by a postal worker and by the command of the base in the winter. And they even have a Villa Las Estrellas Primary School with 3 computers AND internet access! (that part is actually quite surprising…)

It's the most remote permanent settlement on Earth, being 2,173 kilometres from the nearest other human settlement, on Saint Helena. In 1961, the whole population left because of the eruption of a volcano, but most of them came back and rebuilt the place in 1963.

This is the most remote community in the United States being the only place in the United States where mail is still carried out by mules. Located within the Grand Canyon, it is only accessible by foot, pack animal or helicopter, and as of the 2010 census, the CDP had a population of 208.

This is the opal capital of the world because of the quantity of precious opals that are mined there. The name Coober Pedy comes from the local Aboriginal term kupa-piti, which means boys' waterhole. Visitors attractions include the mines, the graveyard and the underground churches. And there are several motels offering underground accommodation

This is the world's northernmost settlement of any kind with more than 1,000 permanent residents. They live a combination of an Arctic climate tempered by the North Atlantic Current, and experience midnight sun on half of the year and polar night the other half, so it's
a bit crazy. Then they have strange laws such as ban on cats, a restriction on how much alcohol an individual can purchase on a monthly basis, and a requirement that any individuals venturing outside carry a rifle for protection against polar bears. Also if you die there they'll have to take your corpse to another town, they can't bury you there because your body will stay forever.

There is no safe entry for large ships and it enjoys a tropical climate but is exposed to severe tropical cyclones. 62 people live in Palmerston, all but three descended from English sailor William Marsters so there are still many family links and common ancestors between these atolls, because William Marsters and his three wifes had quite a large family of some 23 children, whose descendants now inhabit Palmerston.

This is an urban oasis between the Qattara Depression and the Great Sand Sea. It is one of Egypt's most isolated settlements with about 33,000 people, mostly Berbers, who developed a unique culture and a distinct dialect called Siwi. It's the home to an oracle of Ammon, where you can still visit the ruins.

In 2016, they were 214 people living there. It is very popular with tourists because of its
abundance of wildlife and natural beauty. Just imagine, Whittier is located within the
Chugach National Forest, the second-largest national forest in the U.S. However, the only land access is through the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel, a mixed-use road and rail

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10 Best Places to Visit in Hungary

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While Hungary is famous for its goulash and paprika (which, by the way, originated in the New World), it’s known for much more than that, including world-class fine wines and its pear liqueur, an orange-colored sweet dessert treat, sometimes known as palinka.
Visitors to Hungary quickly learn it is a land of many cultures, having been ruled over by the Romans, Ottomans, Mongols, Magyars, Czechs and the Soviets. Remains of Roman fortifications can be found as can utterly spectacular buildings dating back to the Middle Ages. Hungary also is the land of the beautiful blue Danube River; no trip here would be complete without a boat ride on it. An overview of the best places to visit in Hungary:
10. Gyor
9. Hortobagy National Park
8. Debrecen
7. Heviz
6. Aggtelek National Park
5. Pecs
4. Sopron
3. Eger
2. Lake Balaton
1. Budapest
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