Hotel La Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... couldn't read all the words! Lily had said she didn't need help, and she read her own report on "The Cheetah", doing a nice job. Her most interesting fact was that Cheetahs can run up to 60 mph in short bursts. Several sources consulted on the number of cubs differed. One said "two", and that's what Lily went with.
After the presentations, we had another visit from a wildlife specialist, who talked to us and demonstrated various birds. The afternoon ended with ...
... de sculptures de quatre pieds de haut ayant été réparties aux quatre coins dans la ville. Comme elles ne sont pas confinées au centre-ville, on peut en croiser à peu près n’importe où! Nous avons même vu un Joe Cool depuis l’autobus dans un quartier purement résidentiel.
Le déplacement à Santa Rosa nous a aussi donnés la chance de traverser le Golden Gate Bridge, qui est une expérience en soi à cause des vues fantastiques. ...
... as Humulus Lupulus and it's use in beer brewing. The man deserves a beer, or one named after him.
And so, the Russian River Brewery did. Some say that Pliny the Elder is the best beer in the U.S. It's good, an IPA, very hoppy, but balanced by a lot of malt and 8% alcohol. The best? Well, I'm not done trying all the contenders, so that conclusion has to wait. But, my question to Russian River is where is Luther Burbank's ...
... up some gigantic hills, some that were so big I was scared I would roll back down! But I made it up in one piece so that was good. I didn’t want to drive up hills but it was the only way I could get up to the top of Lombard Street which is the Crookedest street in the world. It was a dream of my also to drive down this and not just walk down it so to do that even at 1 mile per hour was awesome!
My last stop was the Sister Act church. I ...
... 1.5 miles to the Pfeiffer State Park. Michael and Jacob stayed and hiked the mountain while Christian, Drew and I drove south on Hwy 1 to Hearst Castle. The drive was scenic and hair raising. The sharp turns and cliff views were enough to literally take your breath away. Every bit of it was worth it too. We made a quick stop to see the elephant seals basking in the sun at the Vista Point. Once at the entrance to the Hearst State Park we took a 15 min tour bus ride to the top of ...