Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Wine Country
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We woke up around 7 this morning, as we had an early breakfast time. Breakfast and all meals were served in the Elephant Room, a large room off the restaurant for Safari West. Breakfast was a buffet, with plenty of choices: hot and cold cereal; bagels; muffins; bread; croissants; fresh fruit; yoghurt; fruit juice; coffee/tea/hot chocolate/ milk.
After breakfast, we lined up for our safari tour. We explored most of the 400-acre preserve in authentic safari ...
... got my poly-prop to put underneath my top and a scarf for walk back to my room. Next session was Dr Colin Campbell, writer of "The China Study", he got a standing ovation when he was introduced. He spoke of some of his research - the effect of animal protein on cancer promotion. I have read 2 of his books, very impressive chap. Conference finished for the night about 8.30 & I decided to write about my day before retiring at a reasonable time - early start ...
... bridge has a toll on it, except when leaving San Francisco whereby the toll is free to cross the bridge.
So there I was, in Full House style driving across the bridge with the city in the distance. It was really cool! I caught some traffic though as it was the end of the work day and it added an extra hour to my trip to wine country in Santa Rosa. I was staying in a budget hotel/motel and it was so nice! Considering everything is at least $300 ...
... 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! ...
... we had the chance to ask lots of questions. Residents of Santa Rosa have the good fortune to find healthy choices in many of the local restaurants thanks to the McDougall's work with chefs in the area.
After lunch we had a tour of the area with a local guide. He shared lots of information about the history of the part of California. Our next stop was the Armstrong Redwood State Natural Reserve. I've ...