Motel 6 Rohnert Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... restaurant area. Met Dwane who is the RV camp host for the RV Park (he was currently 'parked' at the bar enjoying a Jack Daniels on the rocks-so I KNEW we would get along). Told Dwane we would need a spot for 9 or 10 days starting with Sunday. I knew they did not take reservations for RV spots at this particular Elks RV location but Dwane told me that if I called him on Friday or Saturday, ...
... aprons, sofa cushions... I picked up a children’s book about how the bridge got its unique color. Many people think the bridge was supposed to be gold in color, but its name actually comes from the bay that it spans, the “Golden Gate” strait leading into San Francisco. There had actually been dispute about what color it should be. The typical foggy conditions made it unsafe for it to be gray or a bold black. International Orange was selected ...
... left that you can drive through. Luckily for
us, all three were on our route so we planned to drive through the last 3
I would tell you what time we left our hotel, but time has stopped having
any meaning for me.
The first leg of our trip was mostly coastal highway and once again it was
foggy. It really was beautiful but there wasn't anything new to see. It didn't
take us long to reach Klamath, California which is the site of the first drive
... we both hadn’t ridden a roller coaster in at least 12 years, so it no longer counted. The ride was pretty awesome and well worth the stop. We rode the Giant Dipper, which was first built in 1924 and is the fifth oldest roller coaster in the United States. If you haven’t been on a roller coaster in over 10 years, we took a video of the entire ride for you to enjoy! (see below)
When we finally arrived at ...
... Hitchcock Coit.
Lillie was rescued from a fire at age eight. She became somewhat of a mascot for the fire department and eventually became a volunteer firefighter. She was a bit of a character - I found this tidbit kind of interesting:
'Firebelle Lil' Coit was one of the more eccentric characters in the history of North Beach and Telegraph Hill, smoking cigars and wearing trousers long before it ...