Good Nite Inn Rohnert Park
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Good Nite Inn Rohnert Park
Travel Blogs from Rohnert Park
... a few. I'm finding that our cellar is now growing a really cool multi dimensional way.
From there it was off to Casa Nuestra - this was recommended to us by a local gal we met on our first day in Napa. It is a small family owned operation I just loved it here very unique. The tasting room is filled with memories of the wine maker over the years he's had visitor's as famous as Elvis Presley who was filing in the area in the 50's. Their Cab blend ...
... 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 ...
... wait til Aspen goes to college!!!!!)
Oh also we take some credit for Aspen's name. Jennie and Jonathan had visited us in Bigfork 5 years ago... and as it turns out, about 3 months before they received a call that their daughter was about to be born in Minnesota. They left our house for a trip to Glacier Park and
had determine ...
... imagine what these Californians say about us when we pile out of our minivan, disheveled non-designer clothing (or in my case sometimes my socks with sandals), walking with slight limps for the first 50 yards before gaining feeling back in all extremities, and then stretching in random directions, perhaps taking a picture or two in the parking lot before going into a Starbucks. We typically don’t even know what we are going to order upon nearing the ...
... of the Golden Gate Bridge to get a view looking back into the Bay. It seems that half the city was trying to do the same thing and the traffic was congested to say the least. We then headed over the Bridge ($6/£4) southbound (free northbound) which is well worth it.
We were aiming for the famous hairpin-bend Lombard Street and soon had to join another long queue of ...