Comfort Inn Santa Rosa

2632 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa, California, 95403, United States
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Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by skywalkerbeth

Next year I will have a lavender overload if I go through with this plan. I have the opp to take a quick (3 night) jaunt to Sonoma (near Santa Clara) for some lavender photo opps. This will be a primer for the lavender I hope to see in France in mid-July (plus I can check out some wineries while I am there too).

Any tips on the local area? I'll basically have 2 days as the third morning will be the drive back to SFO.

Would I be better off staying in San Francisco the night before I fly home or is it same-same? It's a Sunday morning flight so I don't expect traffic jams (naive?)

Thanks!

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by skywalkerbeth

oops, I meant Santa Rosa!

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by Roadquill

Sunday morning there should not be a traffic problem. However, we prefer to fly into Oakland. In Sonoma / Santa Rosa, try J Winery, Kenwood, St. Francis and B.R. Cohn is always fun. Karl

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by GracesTrips

Funny, I'm just now posting all my winery tips on my Healdsburg Page if you want to check it out. I haven't uploaded all the photos and posted all the tips yet but it was absolutely beautiful up there this past weekend. Healdsburg is about 5-10 minutes north of Santa Rosa. I'll probably have it all done by the end of the week.

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by CelticSu

If you haven't been to the town of Sonoma, I would suggest a visit to Sonoma Plaza - lots of history, cute shops like Baksheesh & Kaboodle, the Sonoma Cheese Factory, and great restaurants. Nearby wineries include two of the oldest: Buena Vista & Gundlach Bundschu.

The trip from Santa Rosa to SFO is about an hour, barring any traffic problems, so there's no reason you'd have to stay in SF the last night if you didn't want to. I do agree with Roadquill re the Oakland airport - much easier access than SFO!

Have a great trip!

Suzi

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by trvlrtom

Wineries - There are so many to choose from, and so many opinions on which ones to go to. I usually say it depends on the kind of experience you are looking for: small and authentic, corporate and opulent, new and trendy, wanna be Tuscany etc...
With your interest in photography, I will just recommend one we visited a year ago: Lynmar. They have a beautiful outdoor patio and eating area overlooking gardens and vineyards. Very well received wines also.
www.lynmarwinery.com

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by skywalkerbeth

Thank you so much everyone! It looks like such a beautiful area. I will check out your pages for tips, too.

Re: Lavender in Sonoma Valley (also wineries and what to do near Santa Rosa)

by angiebandy

I would make it easy on yourself and stay in San Francisco the night before. It's improbable that anything would cause a traffic jam on a Sunday morning but you seriously never know, and it could cause a lot of stress if there were.

Travel Tips for Santa Rosa

Visit the wineries in Kenwood,...

by jzeidman

Visit the wineries in Kenwood, just south of Santa Rosa. They're some of the best in the nation. I'd recommend Kunde and Chateau St. Jean. Visit in the late spring or during harvest time in the fall for the best views. Santa Rosa is a town that has grown significantly in the past 20 years. Fortunately, it has maintained its small town feel from neighborhood to neighborhood.

Safari West

by Agraichen

Located mid-way between Santa Rosa and Callistoga just off the Mark West Highway, Safari West provides a wonderful venue for those who like animals.

Day trips are accomodated, but staying there is much better. Accomodations are African Tent Cabins, imported just to set the theme. Rates vary with the season

Safari drives through the 400 acre wildlife preserve to view the animals up close are $60 for adults and $28 for children. Group rates provide discounts. The "tour" is 2.5-3.5 hours in length with part of the tour allowing you to walk among the animals.

During peak season and even at times in the winter lunch and diner are served in the "dining tent." The barbeque dining was very good. Continental Breakfast is included with accomodations.

Chicks!

by jessicadf

Mom bought some chicks last autumn and built a little chicken coop. Surprise -- one of those chicks was a rooster!

So recently one of the chickens found a spot on the patio, between the back of a sofa and a wall corner, laid some eggs and started sitting on them. After a while, one of the eggs hatched. Wow - a chick! Neat!

Mom was then concerned that the other eggs hadn't hatched, so maybe they weren't fertile. She picks up one and gently shakes it... and "peep!" says the egg! The next day... chick number 2!

So mom waits a few more days and still the other eggs are silent. She begins thinking of omlettes...

Then she picks up the eggs and gives them some gentle shakes... "Peep! Peep! Peep!"

Mom's turned in to a chicken rancher.

Really Great California Cuisine

by WulfstanTraveller about Syrah

This is a stylish and very nice restaurant serving California/eclectic cuisine. It's in a neat, semi-inudstrial building that has been made very nice, with a central area that is open and airy like an outdoor terrace but still enclosed, and a more formal "inside" dining area.

For dinner, I would recommend reservations since they are usually quite busy then and often if you come without reservations you won't be able to get a table. Lunchtime is less of a problem. The crab cakes are excellent and filling.

The one thing that I would avoid is the lemonade. It says it's fresh, but it doesn't taste very good. However, there's pleny of wine, "fancy" soda pop, and other stuff to choose from.

Bland, Mediocre Mexican Food

by WulfstanTraveller about The Cantina

The Cantina in downtown Santa Rosa is part of a small local San Francisco Bay Area chain, with others in Mill Valley in neighbouring Marin County and in Walnut Creek in the East Bay. it appears to be based in Walnut Creek.

A usually pretty busy Mexican place, it does not have very good food despite the great location along 4th St. at the NW corner of Old Courthouse Square. It seems to be more of a place for singles to go and drink and meet as it has a large bar that is always busy at night.

It's not a disgusting, horrible place, but it certainly is at its very best mediocre and quite inferior to numerous other places in the area. I'd eat here if it were the only choice, but there is no point in bothering as there are many much better Mexican places to eat in town and many other better places all over downtown, including right across the street. The chips and salsa are pretty good, and some basic things like cheese enchiladas are decent, but everything that I have had the three times I've been here over a period of 10 years is either mediocre or worse. The fish tacos I got once were utterly tasteless. They literally tasted of nothing other than a faint hint of low-grade corn tortilla. Even the salsa put on them had only heat and no chile or other flavour, which was very odd. I have not been back.

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 Comfort Inn Santa Rosa

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Address: 2632 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa, California, 95403, United States