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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... over, with trails and even fishing! We decided to stay at Travis Air Force Base here in Fairfield. We will drive the car to California's CAA South of San Francisco tomorrow. That will take most of the day. Tuesday we plan on visiting Sue's friend over on the coast near Bodega Bay and my college roommate in Napa. Than on to Oregon and it's CAA Wednesday. That is the plan...subject ...
On Wednesday we met up with Sue's little sister at The Petrified Forest. It was very interesting and I have always wanted to see petrified wood since I wrote a paper about it in 5th grade. Admission was a tad over-priced for the whole ten minute walk.
I even bought a sample to bring home.
It was a nice walk with some huge trees turned into stone.
Then we headed to Old Faithful Geyser. Not THE Old Faithful, but California's version.
... We aren't sure if it was the creepy people staring but we didn't get a good feeling. We didn't stay long, leaving the 104F valley temperatures and it's creepy inhabitants behind.
We are coming into Santa Rosa now and hope to make San Fran before dinner ...
... in the Napa Valley, where we also picked up champagne for the event. We found a Unitarian Church minister who was willing to come to the house. (He was a very short Unitarian Church, who looked a bit like a leprechaun and elevated himself on some steps for the vows but it sort of added to the fairy-like ambience of the day.) We had drinks and appies in the garden after the proceedings, dinner in a lovely restaurant in Sausilito as a ...
... the day of read-along books-and-records, with the bell chime telling when to turn the page). In 2002, an informative museum dedicated to his art was built in his honour just beside the Redwood Empire Ice Arena (better known as Snoopy’s Home Ice because it was owned by Schultz and remains largely decorated in a Snoopy theme).
What I didn’t know was that Santa Rosa, in another tribute to Schulz, launched a "Peanuts on Parade" ...