Oakwood At Redwood Creek
Travel Blogs from Rohnert Park
... lunch on the way home at a "Kabul Cafe" Pakistani/Indian café, which was very good and then a power nap to pick us up. All very good indeed. Managing quite a few ks of walking the hilly terrain too.
The evening we tottered off to connect with the others in our party, Rick had also arrived and looked shattered.
Dinner was at a very average vietnamese restuarant but it was good to see everyone. We left them ...
... getting on at a time, we decide to walk it. Second ferry missed. It's a long old walk and we are pretty shattered by now. We really need to get on the next ferry, so Rich motors ahead to check if our tickets from this morning are single or return in case we need to buy more. Emma and Taya arrive with minutes to spare. The guy says return but the tickets are rejected. The other guy says they are singles! We make the third ferry, with a minute to spare. No seats anywhere, and those with ...
... nice things had been said by my good friend LP (Lonely Planet). This required driving the legendary Highway 1.
Before coming to the States I'd heard a lot about the California Route 1 (AKA Highway 1), a mostly single-lane 655 mile winding road that hugs the Pacific from Mendocino in the north, to Orange County in the South. The views are supposedly breath-taking, and it is relatively common to spot ...
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
... 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