Motel 6 Santa Rosa South

Address: 2760 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa, California, 95403, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 2760 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa, is near Charles M. Schulz Museum, Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, Redwood Empire Ice Arena, and Sonoma County Tourism Office.
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      Cheese, Victorian Villages and Indian Food

      A travel blog entry by susunk on Oct 08, 2014

      11 photos

      ... the buildings and some of the victorian era stores. We also had an interesting visit with a master kayak builder who makes kayaks the original eskimo way. He said even the oldest eskimos did not know the process any more when he first started. He had to learn from photos and museum pieces and trial and error. Now he is teaching a new generation to make them. It was ...

      A Safari Adventure With Lily

      A travel blog entry by susanlcnm on Jul 28, 2014

      16 photos

      ... couldn't read all the words! Lily had said she didn't need help, and she read her own report on "The Cheetah", doing a nice job. Her most interesting fact was that Cheetahs can run up to 60 mph in short bursts. Several sources consulted on the number of cubs differed. One said "two", and that's what Lily went with.

      After the presentations, we had another visit from a wildlife specialist, who talked to us and demonstrated various birds. The afternoon ended with ...

      Napa....sadly...most underwhelming :-(

      A travel blog entry by mcnamaras on Jun 30, 2013

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... lasted two hours though before giving up and heading home. The first vineyard, Black Stallion, did provide free tastings but the wines were so expensive that we didn't want to waste their time. Prices ranged from $60 - $160 with their 'plain wrap' kind of wine was at $30+. We tasted a $75 red and a $30 red and they were not as good as Mark's $12 quaffing wines from Dan Murphy's back home! We have clearly been very spoilt in Australia with high quality wine at ...

      Keyless Entry

      A travel blog entry by paulette.litz on Aug 30, 2012

      Keyless Entry I was waiting in Lee's kitchen. Ginger would soon deliver me to United Airlines at SFO. I mentally checked off my final item on my final "To Do" list. I had one key hanging on my keychain . Did it miss its friends? I imagined all of my keys had shared many stories, each one filled with more self- importance than the next. The first to depart was Ms. Office Key. How many times had she crowed, "I bring home the bacon, buddies!" and then tell the tales of ...

      Wine Tasting In Napa

      A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on May 21, 2011

      9 photos

      ... know people, haha. Then we continued up the road and stopped at chimney rock, on the advice of our Philly friend. We didn’t have a coupon and the tastings were quite pricey so we decided to keep going.

      Then our last stop was at Steltzner, another coupon site. They had some pretty good wines and it was pretty cool to talk to the people working there, again becoming friends with the “bartender” has its perks (extra tastings). ...