Motel 6 Santa Rosa South
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... more of these giant Redwoods. Some of theses trees are close to 1000 years old. The parkway links back up to Highway 101 where we made our way to Eureka where we spent two nights.
After Eureka we continued the trek south to our next stop which was Santa Rosa. On the way we left Highway 101 to travel the Avenue of Giants. This is a paved stretch of road that is about 30 miles long and winds it’s way through more giant redwoods. Along this road is the Immortal ...
... Sometimes when you are away from your normal habitat, you just have to stop and take it all in to realise you are very lucky to be able to be somewhere else, which is so beautiful too.
I found a great shopping mall with all of my favourite American stores- even found LOADS of Kardashian Kollection. (For anyone that knows me, you will know how happy this made me!)
I spent the evening with a housemate who lived just across the hall from me. She has always lived ...
Managed to find Alannah and Jen, yay! we were late (typical us) but I figured Alannah would know me well enough to expect it. We had a catchup in their room, swapping jetlag problems, shopping finds, places we had been amd things we had seen, before heading out. The entrance to their hotel is amazing! the ceiling is painted like the sky and I swear it moves, the ground floor is set up to give a Paris street feel, I loved it!
I got a ...
... got more great finds, including some needed bags for my coming Europe trip.) We ate lunch at Murphy's Pub, which has superb food and great beer (I know, I'm in the capitol of wine country and I'm drinking beer. #irishforever.) We then drove around Mountain Cemetery & headed back to Newark. I'll definitely be returning to Napa & Sonoma someday, with hopes to stay in one of the many nice hotels and do wine tours. One can dream! ...
... through the Valley and was fairly reminiscent of Hawkes Bay wine country, but with grander wineries. So we continued on to the park and sorted out a campsite. Once organised we rode back into St Helena for a walk around the town and to have a late lunch (4pm). We gave Market a go and I had a tomato and watermelon salad (weird right?) which was absolutely delicious. Finishing our meal we went by the supermarket to pick up some dinner snacks. Then ...