Fountaingrove Inn

Address: 101 Fountaingrove Pkwy., Santa Rosa, California, 95403, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 101 Fountaingrove Pkwy., Santa Rosa, is near Charles M. Schulz Museum, Wells Fargo Center for the Arts, Redwood Empire Ice Arena, and Cloverleaf Ranch.
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

      A Safari Adventure With Lily

      A travel blog entry by susanlcnm on Jul 28, 2014

      16 photos

      ... the day, and don't stay over. A few stay for one night. Thus the kitchen doesn't really need to create a varied dinner menu, since more people only experience it once, it that. We were unusual in staying for three nights.

      After dinner, the kids played outside again, and we went to bed fairly early. Safari life is tiring!

      WEDNESDAY, JULY 30
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      Breakfast Wed. was the same as Tuesday, and everyone had plenty to eat. ...

      Day 1 again? From San Francisco to Santa Rosa

      A travel blog entry by suigeneris on Feb 20, 2014

      2 photos

      ... changed & went to dinner. Because the resort hate Mcdougall weekends regularly there's a Mcdougall section of the menu, so nice to have multiple options. Had a glass of local Pinot noir with my meal. Tonight chose a tofu spinach lasagne and cos lettuce salad with a peanut dressing, finished with a platter of fresh fruit. Suddenly overcome with complete exhaustion. Had bought a day of wifi but not sure if it is 24 hrs or a calendar day. Finishing this before sleep. Just. ...

      Luther Burbank, Pliny the Elder and the spineless

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 13, 2013

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... Unfortunately, the spineless cactus married a thorny ***** and never reproduced. Only, kidding, it was developed as cattle feed.

      What Luther Burbank did was radical for the day. His work was criticized by many because he didn't make his methods public. He was supported by Andrew Carnegie and Thomas Edison. His work lead to the Plant Protection Act of 1930, 4 years after he died. The PPA allowed a plant breeder to receive ...

      Wine country heaven!

      A travel blog entry by tonestar on Aug 08, 2013

      39 photos

      ... this was where it all happened so it was so cool! Behind John Hughes, Hitchcock is my favourite director so to even stand where he has is incredible. I went to the beach as well which was cool. It was down below a cliff and had rocks along the shore, it was really nice and there were surfers out and people swimming which in the pictures you wouldn’t expect as it looks cloudy, but in reality it is all the fog mist that hangs around for half the day. ...

      RV Quake Damage & Napa arrival

      A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jun 30, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... 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 ...