Courtyard By Marriott Santa Rosa
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... station which I knew was not far from my hotel & I found a taxi to get me the last stint. I had scored an apple and some carrots at the conference before I left & had a muesli bar in my purse. Reached the hotel and got to my room after 9.30. Still feeling puckish but restaurant had closed, found a vege wrap on room service, they offered it with fries or fresh fruit, I took the latter and it was a delicious. Room is pretty nice, hotel pretty nice ...
... park, so we got a bit of culture -as opposed to pop culture- in before the sun went down. On the way back, there was a little low cloud, or maybe fog, rolling over the Golden Gate Bridge. As Angie goes home tomorrow and this is her last night with us, we went out for Margherita's and Mexican food :O) Such a cracking ...
... was Healdsburg, which was such a cute small town with a town square and everything. It was surrounded by hills so it was isolated but so neat. The pond in the park of the square was also used as a location in the horror film, Scream. So seeing things like this is so cool and since I love this film, it made me love it even more now.
I then headed to Sonoma which is about 30 minutes from Santa Rosa. I always wanted to visit here, so I was ...
... coast. We stopped just north of Bodega Bay. Hoping to spots some whales we spent some time enjoying the beautiful dune area. It was a sunny afternoon and we loved a chance to enjoy a walk along the sea.
Our final stop was a special one. Jerry Kermode is a woodworker in Sebastopol is a friend and fellow windsurfer of Dr. McDougall. Jerry and his wife Deborah greeted us as we arrived at his home. His ...
... names and in the buildings and the unceasing good weather, and bright blue skies make everything look sharp and inviting. We may not have drunk the wine but we filled our boots with lovely views instead. We decide not to buy a property here as even a modest winery would set us back $20m.
On route to the inland glories we spend a couple of nights in Sacramento, actually the State capital, and a fine if federal town. At one end of the town, divided by a freeway, is Old ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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