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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Winery was an amazing property! We kind of stumbled upon it. We then made a stop at The Ravenswood Winery. We then headed into the town of Sonoma which was full of neat shops and restaurants. As Cathy put it best "it is a very quaint little town" and one we very much enjoyed strolling around.
Friday was another busy day as we headed to the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in the morning. We did a tour of the museum to learn all about Schulz and his ...
... prepared over a wood fire in a huge fireplace), salads, macaroni and cheese, and fruit. After dinner, the children made S'Mores over the fire, roasting marshmallows on long metal forks, and putting the marshmallows on a graham cracked, topped with a piece of chocolate and another graham cracker - a delicious camp-fire favorite. Then we walked back to our tent and went to bed - we had a big day coming up the next morning!
TUESDAY, JULY 29
... Charles Schulz created the "Peanuts' cartoon and spent the last 30 years of his life living here in Santa Rosa. He built an ice arena "Snoopy's Home Ice" (didn't get to visit that tho'). It was cool - the end wall of one room was covered with something that looked like a gigantic peanuts cartoon but was made of of tiles of actual peanuts cartoons kind of used like Rei Hamon uses dots. There were lots of cartoon strips displayed, themes collected ...
... with nothing but the sound of nature. It honestly was heaven. I sat, for a while, and could not believe my eyes.
Even though I had only been here 3 days, it felt like a lifetime. I mean that in a good way.
The area was perfect. Beautiful yet bustling, quiet yet filled with people, and of course, the sun was shining. The frost in the mornings started to melt with the midday sun, and with this, layers of my clothes began to peel off!
... I played with our cars. Then we got back into the car and mummy drove to lunch. We drove to lunch and Ewan and I had pizza and mummy and daddy had a sandwich. We had some milk and the man at the restaurant drew a picture of a dragon on our cups. We then went to where we were staying. We went to our big tent and its got big bunk beds. We went for a walk and we saw some cheetahs ...