Country Inn Santa Rosa
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... We woke up around 7 this morning, as we had an early breakfast time. Breakfast and all meals were served in the Elephant Room, a large room off the restaurant for Safari West. Breakfast was a buffet, with plenty of choices: hot and cold cereal; bagels; muffins; bread; croissants; fresh fruit; yoghurt; fruit juice; coffee/tea/hot chocolate/ milk.
After breakfast, we lined up for our safari tour. We explored most of the 400-acre preserve in authentic safari ...
... about the characters, a recreation of the office where he drew them and little videos to watch. It was quirky and fun and something you wouldn't see anywhere else. By the time I'd finished looking around it was time to get back to the hotel and register for the conference. Conference started at 5pm and Dr John Mcdougall introduced it - presenting some very recent research news confirming the benefits of wholefoods plant based eating & other relevant ...
... Sometimes when you are away from your normal habitat, you just have to stop and take it all in to realise you are very lucky to be able to be somewhere else, which is so beautiful too.
I found a great shopping mall with all of my favourite American stores- even found LOADS of Kardashian Kollection. (For anyone that knows me, you will know how happy this made me!)
I spent the evening with a housemate who lived just across the hall from me. She has always lived ...
... Schultz Museum. Although born in Minnesota, Schultz spent his adult life in Santa Rosa. As the woman taking tickets said, "you can laugh in this museum" and we did. The wisdom and humor of Charlie Brown and Snoopy are timeless.
Dinner that evening was at Toad in the Hole, an English style pub also located in the Railroad District.
... oceanfront views. They graze on the fertile grass and feel the constant sea breeze, before being slaughtered of course. That part is not so lucky. When leaving the property we saw zebras running with the cows. This is a remnant of Hearst's zoo he had at the castle. Next morning after one last hike to the waterfalls we stopped for lunch at Fernwood resort. The best food of the trip!!!! Hands down! We were told by our most helpful and friendly waitress about a beach access park ...