Hilton Garden Inn Sonoma County Airport
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... it did so. Lily was among the kids who did. I was among the adults who did not. Later, we went outside to observe animals in the preserve, accompanied by Safari West staff who discussed the animals, their habits, their habitats, and more. All this was to help in the preparation of the kids' reports.
That evening, we had dinner again in the Elephant Room. The menu was pretty much the same as the previous night. I discovered that most visitors to Safari West come ...
Nous profitons de notre séjour à San Francisco pour réaliser quelques-uns de mes rêves de longue date, notamment voyager à Santa Rosa, une banlieue dortoir à quelque 80 km au nord de San Francisco. Tout ça pour des Peanuts! C'est que la ville a compté parmi ses résidents les plus célèbres nul autre que Charles M. Schulz, le créateur de Snoopy, dont j'ai lu et écouté les aventures des centaines de fois quand j'étais enfant (c'était à l'époque lointaine ...
... 8217;s the thing about San Francisco and surrounding areas, the fog is heavy in the morning and then lifts by lunch and the afternoon.
After Bodega Bay I drove to the Sonoma County Fair which was in Santa Rosa. So I spent a few hours here, looking at all the rides, the animals, horse races, eating corn dogs and so forth. I finished the night watching a brilliant sunset again and watching the monster trucks which were so loud and so destructive. ...
... first speaker of the day. He gave us a brief overview of his background and the underpinnings of this health program, The Starch Solution. While it is a special opportunity to be here for 10 days, all of the information we received is available on his website, most of it free. His lectures are available on You-Tube. There are so many resources offered online. If you're thinking about your health and want to know how changing your ...
... foothills of the Mayacamas mountains and we were surprised that wine producing here goes back to the 1850s. All along the route stretched limos spill the eager tasters out for another slurp and guzzle. In truth we are there for the vibe and not really the wine, but we do a tour, essentially of racks of French oak barrels and taste a few wines. Such a difficult and artificial way to drink, and certainly no way to enjoy wine. The towns are pretty and the Spanish influence is everywhere ...