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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... Winery was an amazing property! We kind of stumbled upon it. We then made a stop at The Ravenswood Winery. We then headed into the town of Sonoma which was full of neat shops and restaurants. As Cathy put it best "it is a very quaint little town" and one we very much enjoyed strolling around.
Friday was another busy day as we headed to the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in the morning. We did a tour of the museum to learn all about Schulz and his ...
... into jeeps, driven by excellent guides, who knew a huge amount about the animals and birds we passed. Each jeep held up to 12 passengers - two rows of 3-4 each inside the jeeps, and then an additional long seat up above the driver's head, which held up to 4 more. All the children of course wanted to ride up top, so they took turns. Lily made sure she was first in line and scrambled up to the top. The way to do this was to climb on the running board, up over the ...
... shared his frustration trying to get some regulations passed to get doctors to get some education in nutrition. Then we had a buffet dinner - there are a huge number at the conference and it was done very efficiently. By this stage I was starving and the smells of the food were driving us all crazy. There was soup, loads of salad veges, platters of beans, asian spiced noodles, creamy mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus & mushrooms, tofu loaf, fabulous ...
... with nothing but the sound of nature. It honestly was heaven. I sat, for a while, and could not believe my eyes.
Even though I had only been here 3 days, it felt like a lifetime. I mean that in a good way.
The area was perfect. Beautiful yet bustling, quiet yet filled with people, and of course, the sun was shining. The frost in the mornings started to melt with the midday sun, and with this, layers of my clothes began to peel off!
... delicious wines. We enjoyed a bottle of their Profile ( which is primarily made of Cab but is always a blend the 2009 blend is 87% Cab, 8% Petit Verdot, 3% Malbec and 2% Cabernet Franc every year the blend is slightly differently) at a restaurant in San Fran so we new that they made some nice wines. The tasting we chose was $35 per person but we didn't have to pay because we purchased a case. We actually talked them into allowing us to become ...