Good Nite Inn Rohnert Park
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... by for only $10) to go over the bridge into Napa. NEXT surprise was construction and NARROW lanes the last dozen miles into Napa Valley Expo RV park where we will stay for the next week.
On arrival at Napa Valley Expo we found, once again, an excellent facility to spend our week. We have been VERY fortunate (thanks to Bonna's diligent pre-trip work) in that the first three 'camping' locations on this trip have been EXCELLENT. Good ...
... it definitely was! Clear views of the entire city and the beautiful Golden Gate Bridge. On Monday I met up with Melisa and Francois, two people I worked with last summer at Aspera, for lunch in Emeryville. We went to the Townhouse, an really nice restaurant close to the office. It's the company's local hangout, which serves great food! I had the Thai beef salad, it was sooo tasty! It was ...
... other people in the way, the steep gradient and traffic trying to use the surrounding roads! From there we walked down to Ghirardelli's for a break - and some chocolate. I was treated to a wonderful luscious strawberry that had been dipped in chocolate - nice. As well as refreshments and chocolate on sale, there are some working exhibits demonstrating the ...
... 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 ...