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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    Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

    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 ...

    Bubbles Darling - Wine Country

    A travel blog entry by redkeels on Aug 29, 2012

    20 photos

    ... my grades, but I didn't go to college or university, and I am having the time of my life. I am travelling the world, I have savings and a small mortgage. What I would have done just to have whispered something in his ear, but I rose above it and said nothing. Now he was one stupid American!!!

    Once finished here, we headed off to Sonoma which is a small town in the Napa Valley. We had a little walk around the shops, which all seems to be ...

    Californian wines

    A travel blog entry by intheworld on Aug 28, 2011

    14 photos

    ... valley but since it is so expensive to park the car near the piers tomorrow for our Alcatraz tour we decided to go back to Mission Inn for the night, leave the car there, take the bus to the pier and then head back to the motel. So we drove back into San Fran. It was sunny and warm in Napa Valley and within minutes once we reached San Fran the weather changes to total fog (!), rain and very cool temperatures. Hard to believe how fast the weather changes ...