Courtyard By Marriott Santa Rosa
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... Schulz airport (after the cartoonist) and there are characters from Peanuts scattered around the airport. I couldn't get over the intense security on a small internal flight - shoes off and everything NZ is so much more relaxed about internal flights. During the flight I regretted I didn't have my warm jacket on, the plane was freezing. Left Santa Rosa as the sun was setting - it looked really ac gorgeous. What at first looked like foam on the shore form ...
... it had to be done :Op The cafe itself looked out over the ice pad of Snoopy's Home Ice, and when I'd finished eating, I had a few whizzes around the ice. It was rather busy though, so I didn't stay too long -I don't like when you can't get going for avoiding other people.
I felt like a little kid today, and will go to sleep a happy beagle. Snoopy dance ...
... bridge has a toll on it, except when leaving San Francisco whereby the toll is free to cross the bridge.
So there I was, in Full House style driving across the bridge with the city in the distance. It was really cool! I caught some traffic though as it was the end of the work day and it added an extra hour to my trip to wine country in Santa Rosa. I was staying in a budget hotel/motel and it was so nice! Considering everything is at least $300 ...
... we had the chance to ask lots of questions. Residents of Santa Rosa have the good fortune to find healthy choices in many of the local restaurants thanks to the McDougall's work with chefs in the area.
After lunch we had a tour of the area with a local guide. He shared lots of information about the history of the part of California. Our next stop was the Armstrong Redwood State Natural Reserve. I've ...
... get some country air and see what else California has to offer. And offer it does. We find out that in a state roughly twice the size of GB and half the population there is an extraordinary range of vistas and experiences from the extraordinary and beautiful emptiness of Yosemite to the mind-boggling business of the Los Angeles freeways.
Our first few days are spent in the twin Napa Valleys that make up the wine areas of Northern California. There are more than 450 wineries ...
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