Travelodge Santa Rosa

Address: 1815 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa, California, 95407, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 1815 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa, is near Charles M. Schulz Museum, Getaway Adventures, Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, and Redwood Empire Ice Arena.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

    Doing what Tourists Do!

    A travel blog entry by mgmword on Feb 25, 2015

    13 photos

    ... first geyser, so it was pretty cool or I should say hot. It does smell like sulfur.

    The place was nice. They have a picnic area and they even had some famous Fainting Goats, who didn't faint despite Don's best effort.

    Again, too pricey for the attraction, but I guess you have to make ends meet when supervising a natural wonder.

    We lunched in Santa Rosa at IKE's PLACE. It was a hip, college eatery across from the college. They had ...

    Santa Rosa & on to LA

    A travel blog entry by suigeneris on Feb 23, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... Schulz airport (after the cartoonist) and there are characters from Peanuts scattered around the airport. I couldn't get over the intense security on a small internal flight - shoes off and everything NZ is so much more relaxed about internal flights. During the flight I regretted I didn't have my warm jacket on, the plane was freezing. Left Santa Rosa as the sun was setting - it looked really ac gorgeous. What at first looked like foam on the shore form ...

    You don't know unless you try.

    A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jan 19, 2014

    1 comment

    The nature of the job I choose and the life I lead is to go somewhere, feel it out, and explore as much as possible. When I decided to make a move to the US, this was exactly what I did. I went, and settled in and after a few weeks of being there decided I wanted to move on. It happens. It tends to bother others more than myself that I chose to come home, and spent the first ...

    Peanuts

    A travel blog entry by brazwhazz on Jan 18, 2014

    3 photos

    ... street in the world” starts. Its eight sharp turns spread over an extremely steep block attract not only a crowd of onlookers, but also many cars whose drivers want to experience the thrill of zigzagging their way down the slope . As a reward, Thomas got to take the cable car back down the hill.

    Emily, on the other hand, seems to love travelling in my child carrier. However, she enjoys the occasional break to explore on her own, and so does my back.
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    Four Cheese Bread & 'how to use a plane motor"

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 05, 2013

    5 photos

    ... br> The computer problems pretty much took up all our time today but we did go back over to the Elks to make sure their spaces were large enough to accommodate the Alfa. It might be tight but we think it will work---now if only they have the space when we are ready to move on Sunday.

    GEARHEAD alert!!!! For pictures today I'm attaching some shots of a neat 'shop' we found in St. Helena. The ...