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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the Golden Gate Spires poking through the fog. But, the same as the last dozen times I tried to get this shot, the fog was everywhere and it did not give me the shot I wanted,well, maybe next time.
This KOA is full of kids and foreigners. We pretty much laid low and relaxed.
I don't know how many people know, but American Graffiti was filmed in Petaluma back in 1972. AG is one of my favorite films. The combination ...
... won this last game, but the medal is based in overall wins so the medal will be awarded after the other teams in this section have played their final games. The guys that drive down headed for home after a couple of cold ones in the parking lot, plus some rehashing of the game. They are golfing all the way home and have 5 tee times set up along the trip. They expect to be home by Saturday...and we may be there by ...
... the brick street, hydrangeas, and sculpted hedges were stunning. I don't think I could even walk down it -- let alone drive down it! Fishermans Wharf is part of San Francisco's northern waterfront. It's a working wharf that is packed with shops, restaurants, hotels, and attractions -- you're definitely on sensory overload there! One of the piers, Pier 39, carries waterfront shopping and dining to the next level. One of the chief attractions, ...
Spent a fun day yesterday driving around in the Somona Valley not too far from Petaluma. Our first stop was the Armstrong Redwoods State Park -- only one word describes that park and it is "awesome". The park is filled with Coastal Redwoods, some of which are more than 2,000 years old and tower upwards 300 feet or more. These redwoods, the tallest living trees on earth, grow naturally along a narrow coastal ...
... Today we drove to the Golden Gate Bridge to visit an old fort that is now right underneath the bridge. The three-story Fort Point was built in 1853, one in a series of fortifications to secure San Francisco Bay. The Fort Point Lighthouse, a small iron skeleton tower, was built atop the fort several years later. Work on the Golden Gate Bridge began in 1933 and the lighthouse ...