Good Nite Inn Rohnert Park
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Sonoma to visit Jacuzzi Vineyards and Cline Cellar. Jacuzzi vineyard was interesting, even more so that the family owns over 200 patents, one of the most famous being the jacuzzi tub! We did dinner in town, minted rack of lamb and duck. Fireworks would have been nice, but exhausted by the time change we headed back to crash at the hotel. The vines sprawling for as far as you could see was quite mind ...
... bingo card.
In the late afternoon we took a drive over to check out the Napa Elks Lodge in regard to their RV Parking opportunities, as we will need a place for next week, hopefully one that is a little less expensive than here. We'll be waiting for Pete and Judy Mowry to 'catch up' with us before continuing on North. We found another very modern Elks in great shape. Beautiful ...
... are all on one side of the bridge. We saw more patrol cars than there are in Sullivan county just going over the bridge. It’s definitely more impressive to see from a distance than to see driving over it at 50 MPH in the way back of the minivan. Once the five dollar toll was paid, we went to the visitor’s center. Chuck couldn’t find a close place to park, so he let Greer, Joe and I out and he went to park. Dad was trying to put out some fires ...
... beaches with not a soul on them and a waterfall flowing onto the beach. Ahhhhhh.
After that, we made a U-turn and headed back north along Highway 1 to San Rafael to visit good friends Justin and Bronwen Hult. They just had a baby six weeks ago and we just had to stop by and see them again.
But first, why not jump on a roller coaster? Okay then!
So off to the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk we go. ...
... and Alcatraz and could see the Golden Gate bridge off in the distance. We got a great view of the downtown skyline as we arrived at the terminal. San Francisco isn't all that big - I didn't realize - it's only seven square miles. But they sure can pack the people and buildings into that space!
We got our day muni-passes in the ferry terminal, allowing us to go anywhere on the buses, trams, cable cars, BART ...