Vagabond Inn Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... over, with trails and even fishing! We decided to stay at Travis Air Force Base here in Fairfield. We will drive the car to California's CAA South of San Francisco tomorrow. That will take most of the day. Tuesday we plan on visiting Sue's friend over on the coast near Bodega Bay and my college roommate in Napa. Than on to Oregon and it's CAA Wednesday. That is the plan...subject ...
On Wednesday we met up with Sue's little sister at The Petrified Forest. It was very interesting and I have always wanted to see petrified wood since I wrote a paper about it in 5th grade. Admission was a tad over-priced for the whole ten minute walk.
I even bought a sample to bring home.
It was a nice walk with some huge trees turned into stone.
Then we headed to Old Faithful Geyser. Not THE Old Faithful, but California's version.
... pool was slightly salted and rather long so I swam some laps.
Walked into town for dinner "The Bounty Hunter" Wine bar and smokin BBQ what a great place. Good atmosphere and good food...but really slow with dinner, we arrived at 7:45ish and didn't get our food until 10pm...that was the definite downside lots of wine and no food. I had Kobe beef sliders and Bryan had the ribs both were ...
... to cool down and handed in our bikes before heading back to the campsite.
The next day we drove back to the 'Jacuzzi Family Vineyard' to do some more wine tasting and decided which wine we would like to drink on the wedding next year... we'll send you a list guys!
All in all Napa Valley was great and we're looking forward to coming back next year. For now, we headed to our last camping destination: Yosemite National Park.
... Trail which was a very scenic road with vineyards covering the areas on both sides of the road. We took the turn off to Lake Berryessa to see what this large local lake had to offer. Initially it was difficult to find somewhere we could actually get down to the lake, however we did find a spot eventually. I noticed a deer grazing by the road as we headed to the lake entrance but we went by too quickly for me to show it to Wayne. The lake didn't ...