Extended Stay America - Santa Rosa - North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Of a day at the beach.
Heading north again we took the scenic Route 1, a convoluted road hugging the cliffs along the coast. It was spectacular, as promised and we ended up in Carmel-By-The-Sea and Monterey where the rich people play golf at Pebble Beach. Money may not buy happiness but it certainly buys beauty.
Next stop, San Jose, and a visit with Wendy's friend, Ciel Duke. Her ...
... the buildings and some of the victorian era stores. We also had an interesting visit with a master kayak builder who makes kayaks the original eskimo way. He said even the oldest eskimos did not know the process any more when he first started. He had to learn from photos and museum pieces and trial and error. Now he is teaching a new generation to make them. It was ...
... because there is a carved panel at the end of that room, in wood, depicting indeed a herd of elephants. A few of the other teams figured this out, but we didn't.
Lunch was again deli sandwiches. Following lunch, we all gathered in the Elephant Room to hear the presentations that the children made about the animal that they studied. Some of the older children read fairly lengthy reports. I think some of the younger children got a lot of help from grandparents, ...
Nous profitons de notre séjour à San Francisco pour réaliser quelques-uns de mes rêves de longue date, notamment voyager à Santa Rosa, une banlieue dortoir à quelque 80 km au nord de San Francisco. Tout ça pour des Peanuts! C'est que la ville a compté parmi ses résidents les plus célèbres nul autre que Charles M. Schulz, le créateur de Snoopy, dont j'ai lu et écouté les aventures des centaines de fois quand j'étais enfant (c'était à l'époque lointaine ...
... big POP, and when we checked it out didn't initially 'see' anything, but DID find a twisted broken piece of aluminum edging that I kept, as figured it came from somewhere on the slide. Hooked up the toad and ventured out on the California 'ribbon of death'---week-end traffic is WORSE than week-day is my final answer. Next 'surprise' was that we had to pay a $20 toll (cars only had to pay $5, so guess if Mr. tightwad had unhooked the jeep we could ...