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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa
... and a turquoise ring. I decided to go down the street for a coffee and poked around in some shops there, had coffee at "Peets" - seems to be another coffee chain. Wandered into a Barnes & Noble bookstore, then decided to grab lunch. Found a lentil,rice & tomato salad at a deli and ate it outside by the fountains. Have seen the odd homeless person around, possessions in bags and a shopping trolley - sobering sight. I had decided to visit the ...
... guys who happened to also be on the plane. It was nice to pass the time chatting, especially when one of them casually dropped into conversation his brother played for the Raiders Football Team! Amazing!
After I arrived, I proceeded to immigration, where I was feeling pleased after getting the long flight out of the way and looking forward to some fresh air. Turned out I would be waiting a long time..
I (stupidly) forgot to bring my ...
... of them were damaged on some of the stunts.
The next morning I left Santa Rosa and headed back to San Francisco. I made one stop though first to the Scream bloodbath house which you can only see from the road as it is a private driveway. But just to see it is pretty cool, even though it has been renovated and looks a little different today. I then crossed back over the Golden Gate Bridge which had fog all around it so it was very mystical. I ...
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Mid-morning we had a short snack break. There is another room near our conference room stocked with healthy snacks. We all have keys so that we can raid the "pantry" anytime we want....24/7.
Our next session was a meeting with the fitness trainers to talk about our activities for the week. We each had personal appointments in the afternoon to talk about areas we want ...
... to come gets him off the hook.
It’s a ying and yang world of course and the trip's most amazing scenery yet sees our nights spent in the worst accommodation. We vent our spleen on Trip Advisor and get on with gasping, again both OMG style and literally, as we crane our necks to see towering granite mountain faces of primeval splendor. Looking up at the 3000ft El Capitan we see about half way up some climbers on a ‘porta-ledge’ where they have apparently ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center