Motel 6 Santa Rosa North
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... able to watch them making some cheese, overall a fairly simple process but of course the success is all in the details.
Not too far from Loleta is Ferndale. A small town built mostly at the turn of the last century and full of victorian style homes, hotels and businesses. It is a blast from the past for sure. We parked and wandered up and down the street for ...
... because there is a carved panel at the end of that room, in wood, depicting indeed a herd of elephants. A few of the other teams figured this out, but we didn't.
Lunch was again deli sandwiches. Following lunch, we all gathered in the Elephant Room to hear the presentations that the children made about the animal that they studied. Some of the older children read fairly lengthy reports. I think some of the younger children got a lot of help from grandparents, ...
... disques, avec leur son de clochette qui indiquait quand tourner la page). En 2002, un musée a été consacré à son art à proximité du Redwood Empire Ice Arena (mieux connu sous le nom de Snoopy’s Home Ice parce qu’il appartenait à Schultz et reste encore largement décoré avec Snoopy comme thème).
Je ne savais toutefois pas que Santa Rosa avait lancé le programme « Peanuts on Parade », un autre hommage à Schulz, qui consiste en ...
... 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 ...
... to mixed agriculture with various fruit trees and vineyards appearing. The quick transition of land use was quite amazing!
We eventually made it to our Napa hotel and had a quick bite to eat there before Mark and I headed out to visit some vineyards. Tom was happy to stay back in the cool of the hotel. I had researched lower Napa vineyards and been helped along the way to find a few boutique vineyards that didn't require appointments or tasting fees. ...