Travelodge Santa Rosa Downtown
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Somewhat reluctantly we left the desert heading west to California. We drove along the Parker Valley hugging the Colorado River, over a hundred miles of lush, green hayfields on native reservation land including, of course, the usual casino. One interesting stop was the George Patton Museum. It explained in depth his role in WWII, delving into both the good and not so good aspects of his career.
... as possible. No they are not on the African Savannah, but the next best thing, I think. All along the way, our guide kept up a lively description of the animals, where they had come from, how they got to Safari West, their habits, and so forth.
After our tour ended, we next went on a walking exploration of more of the wildlife. We saw a cheetah in a large enclosed pen, a Serval Cat (which has a face a lot like a house cat and fur that looks like a cheetah ...
... 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 ...
... we get back to SA. I am finding this all way too stressful. We played a bit of touch rugby together as a family which was fun before heading back. A quick wander around the town (approx 6 shops) and then we drove on highway 1 stopping at a few view points, did a short walk to the cliffs edge but turned around when the next part of the path way straight down. Then back for dinner with the Hedlund's and a movie Epic, ...
... there. Signs posted suggested speaking in low voices throughout our visit. This came naturally since entering the Woods felt like entering a Gothic cathedral with redwoods rather than stone columns. We wandered along the prepared paths admiring the ancient trees, enjoying the quiet, and trying to imagine the Northern Hemisphere covered with them 150 million years ...