Courtyard By Marriott Santa Rosa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for several years. They’ve come to parties of ours and we have been to their place. So when Jerry and Karen moved to Santa Rosa we maintained our friendship, she says that she stalks my Facebook site.
We met for dinner at a wine bar and shared little plates and drank wine. We discussed our upcoming adventure, a move to Canada, and their moving adventures, our kids, and more travels.
Now off to Sonoma and then ...
... farm so all of nature is working to their benefit. Talk about attention to detail!
An interesting day was spent at the Jack London State Park and Museum featuring a large collection of artifacts that he and his wife collected on their travels to the South Seas. Unfortunately while there he contracted “yaws” which eventually killed him at the age of 40. He was not only a ...
... of liability by having a pool. And again, since most visitors are making day trips, there may be no need. But if I were taking another Road Scholar trip with Lily, I would want it to be in a place with a pool. People were happy in general with the program. My main concern was the Road Scholar (and Safari West, I think) requirement that grandchildren and grandparents stay together at all times. This made it difficult for the kids to go outside and just PLAY - we had to ...
... when I met Jim and we decided to get married, Dianne and Dave's garden was our location of choice, timed to coincide with my brother's gig with the San Francisco Opera. The wedding party was small - in addition to my brother, just my parents, my birth mother and friends from Victoria, Jen and Bill.
Although it was mid-November, the sun shone steadily and the air was warm for our whole stay. It couldn't have been more perfect. ...
... le porter – où la fameuse « rue la plus sinueuse du monde » commence. Les huit virages étroits de la rue, répartis le long d’un pâté de maisons en pente extrêmement raide, attirent non seulement une foule de curieux, mais aussi de nombreuses voitures dont les conducteurs veulent vivre l’expérience de zigzaguer jusqu’en bas.
Emily, elle, semble adorer voyager à bord du porte-bébé. Elle ne dit toutefois pas non à une pause ...