Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel and Spa

Address: 170 Railroad St., Santa Rosa, California, 95401, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 170 Railroad St., Santa Rosa, is near Charles M. Schulz Museum, Getaway Adventures, Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, and Redwood Empire Ice Arena.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

    A Safari Adventure With Lily

    A travel blog entry by susanlcnm on Jul 28, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a fox. We saw porcupines. We went through the aviary and saw cranes, guinea fowl, cranes, and some brightly colored birds. We walked around Lemur Island, which of course is the dwelling spot of two varieties of lemurs and several species of monkeys. We saw several large turtles.

    By now, it was lunchtime, and we returned to the Elephant Room, where we made our own deli sandwiches, enjoyed salad and fruit and juice or water. After lunch, the kids all went out to ...

    Day 1 again? From San Francisco to Santa Rosa

    A travel blog entry by suigeneris on Feb 20, 2014

    2 photos

    ... Golden Gate Bridge about 2 pm on the 20th, bout the same time that I left Thames. Hence the title day 1 again? Just weird! On arriving at Santa Rosa I asked the driver where I could call a cab & he kindly called one for me from the bus. Friendly cabby, when he asked me what was on at the Flamingo resort & I responded a ",cd outsell weekend" he says "so are we going via McDonald's or Burger King?" �� Just next to the resort are some shops, pharmacy, ...

    Luther Burbank, Pliny the Elder and the spineless

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 13, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... Unfortunately, the spineless cactus married a thorny ***** and never reproduced. Only, kidding, it was developed as cattle feed. What Luther Burbank did was radical for the day. His work was criticized by many because he didn't make his methods public. He was supported by Andrew Carnegie and Thomas Edison. His work lead to the Plant Protection Act of 1930, 4 years after he died. The PPA allowed a plant breeder to receive ...

    Wine Country ... Yummy

    A travel blog entry by katie_gav on May 07, 2013

    27 photos

    ... towards San Francisco was mainly vineyards after vineyards so really nice views. The last few days haven't been the best of weather for us, we've usually had great weather usually sunny hot mornings (which makes such a difference for stopping at view points or activities along the way) and lots of rain in the afternoon/evening, (which is annoying if we want to camp).

    The drive was only three hours to the next town of ...

    Day 33

    A travel blog entry by glenjlittle on Mar 02, 2013

    ... didn't realise how much forestry there would be in the area. Tonight show was in the Marin Center. Compared to the other venues this seemed very old in age and it was definitely the hottest venue we have played in, normally I don't sweat but tonight was just so hot you couldn't but ...