Hotel La Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... will travel to Bodega Bay and have lunch with Phyllis.
Mid-morning Thursday found us heading to Sebastopol, a small town about half way between here and the coast. It used to be known for it's apple and plum orchards, but they have been largely taken over by the vineyards for wine production. Orchards are still around, but you can tell wine is king here now. We met ...
This morning we set off for our 3rd workaway. This time it's on a ranch in Santa Rosa which is a 2 hour bus journey from San Jose but it took us 5 hours with a stopover in Oakland where we got a coffee to avoid being pestered by one of the drunk people in the main square. Our bus arrived in Santa Rosa at 5:30pm and we were picked up by Noah who is the manager of the ranch. He's only young and spent ...
... station which I knew was not far from my hotel & I found a taxi to get me the last stint. I had scored an apple and some carrots at the conference before I left & had a muesli bar in my purse. Reached the hotel and got to my room after 9.30. Still feeling puckish but restaurant had closed, found a vege wrap on room service, they offered it with fries or fresh fruit, I took the latter and it was a delicious. Room is pretty nice, hotel pretty nice ...
... and it is just waiting to be seen. I made the most of every minute I spent in Santa Rosa, and it was a beautiful and natural city. It was relaxing, mountainous, and the sun shone every day. However.. Life for me is about challenges, and meeting new people whatever language they speak. I guess that was what was missing for me, and the fact I didn't really meet any other travel ...
... Below was somewhat excerpted from the El Cerrito post. I get a little out of sync sometimes when Billy lumps a bunch of towns and stops together.
So, I dropped Billy & Chris off at West Blithedale Park and they hiked the Old Railroad Trail by Mount Tamalpais, (Mount Tam to the locals). They "blindly hiked the hills down through some very nice homes,ending up in the village of ...