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3555 Round Barn Blvd, Santa Rosa, United States
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170 Railroad St, Santa Rosa, United States
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Hello everyone today we took a little drive to a place called Cecilia's Cafe in Albuquerque, New Mexico. That's where I ate a Fireman's Burrito with my dad. It was a little spicy, but the green chiles made it taste soo good. My mom had ...
I think Yogi Berra said it best. Hmmm, maybe it was John Fogerty? It might have been Bruce Springsteen. No, I’m pretty sure it was Yogi. "It's like deja vu all over again." Yes, Rob (aka "Row-bare") is going back to Paris. All over again. ...
... we enjoyed talking about that. We spent half a day visiting St George Island, & walked along the beach. Next stop was Santa Rosa Island, in an area that is called the Panhandle (still in Florida) and stayed in a national park for 3 ...
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100 Pythian Rd, Santa Rosa, California, United States
Christened the St. Francis Winery after Saint Francis of Assisi, whose Franciscan order was the first to bring grape cultivation to America. Known for its robust and flavorful wines, this picturesque vineyard is nicknamed "House of Big Reds."
3115 Porter Creek Rd., Santa Rosa, California, United States
If you can't get to Africa, Africa is brought to you in this splendidly cared-for animal sanctuary with over 300 animals, including endangered species, straight from Kenya. Take the four-wheeler or walking guided tour past zebras, gazelles, kangaroos and more. If you enjoy the tour, consider staying overnight.
2228 Northpoint Parkway, Santa Rosa, California, United States
2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa, California, United States
"Peanuts" devotees won't be disappointed in the museum that memorializes the work of cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, who made Santa Rosa his adopted hometown. The museum features an early mural of Charlie Brown and Snoopy, a wood relief sculpture of Snoopy showing the changes in the famed cartoon dog's appearance over the years and Schulz's actual work studio.