Travelodge Santa Rosa Downtown
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... de sculptures de quatre pieds de haut ayant été réparties aux quatre coins dans la ville. Comme elles ne sont pas confinées au centre-ville, on peut en croiser à peu près n’importe où! Nous avons même vu un Joe Cool depuis l’autobus dans un quartier purement résidentiel.
Le déplacement à Santa Rosa nous a aussi donnés la chance de traverser le Golden Gate Bridge, qui est une expérience en soi à cause des vues fantastiques. ...
... I played with our cars. Then we got back into the car and mummy drove to lunch. We drove to lunch and Ewan and I had pizza and mummy and daddy had a sandwich. We had some milk and the man at the restaurant drew a picture of a dragon on our cups. We then went to where we were staying. We went to our big tent and its got big bunk beds. We went for a walk and we saw some cheetahs ...
We are packing up, ready to go. Our friends, Leif and Barbro are picking us up soon. We will spend the day with them enjoying a bit of time in wine country. Tomorrow we will board the California Zephyr for a train trip across the western United States. I look forward to blogging from there and sharing the views that until now I've only seen from more than 30,000 feet!
This has been an ...
... 30 min. away from the airport. I hope it's a good choice of road trip car, definitely the cheapest. Now to figure out how to get there from the airport: shuttle, DART, or taxi? I'm thinking shuttle will be the easiest/ least confusing. I'm not really down to get lost in a major city of Texas I've never been to. Some exciting stuff: We got some gift cards and cash money for Christmas, courtesy of the Fam, that will help us out greatly in our ...
... of the Golden Gate Bridge to get a view looking back into the Bay. It seems that half the city was trying to do the same thing and the traffic was congested to say the least. We then headed over the Bridge ($6/£4) southbound (free northbound) which is well worth it.
We were aiming for the famous hairpin-bend Lombard Street and soon had to join another long queue of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed