Travelodge Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with a flashlight, which we were advised to bring with us when we went to dinner that evening and any time we were out after dark.
Lily wanted to find some of the other children who had registered for the program, so we went out and walked around the grounds. We quickly found several other participants, and Lily talked with them until our first group meeting, held in the Elephant Room before dinner. The staff at Safari West gave an orientation to the program ...
... and a turquoise ring. I decided to go down the street for a coffee and poked around in some shops there, had coffee at "Peets" - seems to be another coffee chain. Wandered into a Barnes & Noble bookstore, then decided to grab lunch. Found a lentil,rice & tomato salad at a deli and ate it outside by the fountains. Have seen the odd homeless person around, possessions in bags and a shopping trolley - sobering sight. I had decided to visit the ...
... getting the long flight out of the way and looking forward to some fresh air. Turned out I would be waiting a long time..
I (stupidly) forgot to bring my I-20 form, which accompanies my Student Visa. MISTAKE.
I got passed onto secondary immigration checks, which was basically a room full of people you would not want to come across in a dark alleyway.. or on your airplane for that matter!
I waited for a while after giving my passport across, feeling more anxious ...
On Thursday we decided to take a break from our wine slurping, I mean wine sipping, and headed south towards Muir Woods. It's only about 50 miles from Santa Rosa, but traffic was heavy and it took us two hours. The last few miles we ascended on curvy roads and I credit Mike's driving skills with keeping my stomach in check. Since the park had just opened there were ...
... 1.5 miles to the Pfeiffer State Park. Michael and Jacob stayed and hiked the mountain while Christian, Drew and I drove south on Hwy 1 to Hearst Castle. The drive was scenic and hair raising. The sharp turns and cliff views were enough to literally take your breath away. Every bit of it was worth it too. We made a quick stop to see the elephant seals basking in the sun at the Vista Point. Once at the entrance to the Hearst State Park we took a 15 min tour bus ride to the top of ...