Oakwood At Redwood Creek
Travel Blogs from Rohnert Park
... the Rabbit, and Rich the Panda, for a ride. The view from here takes in Alcatraz where we will be going on Saturday. There are no sea lions at the wharf, apparently in the summer months they all head south. Dylan finds a great shop with kites and wind mobiles in. They are all set up outside, and he runs around naming what they are - school bus, aeroplane, taxi car ......Taya enjoys the bubble machine here. The wind has picked up and it's pretty chilly now, so we decide to abandon ...
... little harbor that reminded me of Seward, Alaska. Despite the gorgeous weather, time constraints and a busy lunch rush prevented us from eating outside, but we could still view the harbor and water. The food was pleasing to us weary travelersJ.
Our drive continued along the California coast line. We passed numerous vacant beaches and rocky cliffs with continuous waves crashing into them. We ended up bypassing rt. 1 which continued winding along the coast ...
The second drive through tree was actually split up the middle and held in
place with chains. The best of the three was the third one, the chandelier. The
tree was more symmetrical and just prettier overall. The sign nearby said that
the tree is over 3000 years old.
So this day was full of mountains, beaches, trees, with a few references to
bigfoot. We'll be in Rohnert Part until Friday. That's when we get to see Alex
... we went out to dinner to a small cafe in Novato called El Meson. Skip and I went there a few weeks ago after I had read a review of it and it turns out that it is owned by the son of a woman who used to clean our house and she used to work at the College of Marin when he (Skip) worked there! We ordered some tapas and entres which were all very good.
Saturday, March 24
I drove Val and Roz to the airport and that is the end of our epic ...
... age of fifteen she witnessed the Knickerbocker Engine Co. No. 5 in response to a fire call up on Telegraph Hill when they were shorthanded; she threw her school books to the ground and pitched in to help, calling out to other bystanders to help get the engine up the hill to the fire, to get the first water onto the blaze. After that Lillie became the Engine Co. mascot and could barely be constrained by her parents ...
Other places to stay in Rohnert Park
1 Doubletree Drive, Rohnert Park | 3 star hotelfrom $155
6288 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park | 2 star hotelfrom $61
5040 Redwood Drive, Rohnert Park | 2 star hotelfrom $57
6500 Redwood Drive, Rohnert Park | Hotelfrom $92
6248 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park | 3 star hotelfrom $136