Extended Stay America - Santa Rosa - North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... back down. We used 3/4 of a 80 gallon tank going 200 miles today! I'll let you figure it out, I don't want to know! We chose to go Highway 50 rather than IS80. We wanted to see Lake Tahoe area, which we did. Beautiful scenery along the way, but lots of winding road and steep grades, both up and down. I would recommend it however, especially on a motorcycle! There are lots of places ...
... in the park and almost impossible to find a parking space. They use shuttle buses to take people on tours of the area. We stayed at a campground an hour’s drive away and high-tailed it out of there next day in the wake of the forecast for eleven inches of snow. In the lowlands it was just rain which is desperately needed in drought-stricken California.
And now it’s northward once ...
Early to bed early to rise = up and on the road by 7:30 am.
We have been traveling highway 101 since we started, the highway goes inland for a good ways, through valleys that remind us of Merrit BC.
We decided to stop in a small town called Ukiah for gas ...
... as Humulus Lupulus and it's use in beer brewing. The man deserves a beer, or one named after him.
And so, the Russian River Brewery did. Some say that Pliny the Elder is the best beer in the U.S. It's good, an IPA, very hoppy, but balanced by a lot of malt and 8% alcohol. The best? Well, I'm not done trying all the contenders, so that conclusion has to wait. But, my question to Russian River is where is Luther Burbank's ...
We are in for another day of wine tasting, we'd like to visit Beringer Estate it looks like a great place to ramble around and perhaps have lunch on their grounds. It's not a sunny day here rather cloudy and I'm hoping we don't see any of the 10% chance of rain they are calling for.
One thing I forgot to blog about from our time at Fisherman's Wharf, we were walking along the crowded streets and Bryan overheard this lady speaking to a ...