Vagabond Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Another early start & also had to pack up my stuff. Managed to avoid sleeping in this morning. First speaker up was an evolutionary biologist, she has written a book called Paleofantasy. Absolutley brilliant and fascinating, great sense of humour too, bought her book also! Another really interesting day at the conference. Finished at 4pm then off to the airport. Another friendly chattie cabbie made the drive go even faster. The airport is called the ...
... while not very big, is enjoyable all the same. It is nice to hear people chuckling at comic strips as they walk around. It also has some pretty awesome art works, and character statues dotted about.
After the museum, we head across to the Warm Puppy Cafe for lunch. A Snoopy Special, served in a doggie bowl, for me thanks ;O) It was only hot dog and ...
... quite tipsy). Naturally, there’s wine tasting at the winery as well – 6 wines from the classic menu. However, the place was so packed you really need to wait around for a bit before finding a spot. Someone told us that if you are doing many wineries in a place, it’s good to share a flight so you don’t get so much alcohol in your system whilst tasting the wine. That is really a good suggestion because I wa almost out after the 6 tastings. On hindsight, ...
... in one of the two homes on the property, sit at the dining table, where you can enjoy the snacks and small bites that you bring, along with the wine offered by one of the Yates family members. On this day, Mary hosted us in their grandmother's home. The top floor had a 360 degree view of the entire winery, and the main floor had a deck that overlooked about 180 degrees ...
... of times so the cable cars can wait for now.
Grabbed a bite to eat on Pier 39, and had a bit of a look around. There were heaps of sea lions around on the wharf. Then we wandered down to the Museum Mechanique to get rid of a few 'quarters' - the museum is full of old game machines and kept the kids (and me) entertained for quite a while.
After that it was time to pick up our bags from the hotel. The cable car line was just as long so we got ...