Extended Stay America - Santa Rosa - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... got my poly-prop to put underneath my top and a scarf for walk back to my room. Next session was Dr Colin Campbell, writer of "The China Study", he got a standing ovation when he was introduced. He spoke of some of his research - the effect of animal protein on cancer promotion. I have read 2 of his books, very impressive chap. Conference finished for the night about 8.30 & I decided to write about my day before retiring at a reasonable time - early start ...
... Rosa, so it was nice to hear her perspective on the town and things to do there.
Day 3 took me for a huge hike up into a forest. I was walking along, enjoying the sunshine and the greenery when all of a sudden I noticed a pool of stunning turquoise through the trees. I made my own pathway downhill, and found myself in the open air, stood in front of the most beautiful lake I have ever seen in my life.
The lake was surrounded with forestry, and the air ...
... bridge has a toll on it, except when leaving San Francisco whereby the toll is free to cross the bridge.
So there I was, in Full House style driving across the bridge with the city in the distance. It was really cool! I caught some traffic though as it was the end of the work day and it added an extra hour to my trip to wine country in Santa Rosa. I was staying in a budget hotel/motel and it was so nice! Considering everything is at least $300 ...
... and long-sleeved shirt…to which Harlan just shook his head. Saturdays there’s a local farmer’s market at Oxbow Public Market. It’s not a traditional market, but a culinary experience, small restaurants and bistros that offer pizza, meats, barbecue, delectable cupcakes, wines, mix your own liquers, olive oil infused with every fruit and berry possible, oysters on the half shell, steamed oysters, and much more. It ...