[Dad] Go. We have two… [Dad] All right, quiet. [Brother] I need to go pee. Hotel accommodations was provided by Flamingo Resort. This is our Southern, California click escape to Santa Rosa. Our first stop is the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County. This museum inspires children’s creativity and stimulates their curiosity to discover the world through playful exploration of the arts and sciences. First we’re pretending were dentists. You have very dirty teeth, crocodile. Cousin, his mouth is up here. Next we’re playing at the treehouse. I’m lowering the fruit basket down to Cousin. Load of apples! Chop chop, Brother! Now we’re going to make music by hitting these pipes. [Brother] I’m going to start the train. [Conductor] Train now leaving. You can see the engine moving on this monitor. Next up, slingshot. Time to take photos in front of the green screen. Let’s play at the theater. Do you like puppet shows? Today we’re going to do a puppet show. Flavortown is next. I’m going to put the baby in the oven. No baby, you’re just going on a fun roller coaster ride, OK? It’s hot!! Now we’re trying to catch the pom-pom balls from the air tube Lastly, enjoy this montage before we get out of here. Now we’re trying ice skating for the first time at Snoopy’s Home Ice. Opened in 1969, this place offers a unique atmosphere for families who enjoy recreational ice skating . We’re measuring our feet for the size of the skates we need. Here we go. We’re holding onto chairs because we’re beginners. Brother sat on the chair the whole time because he didn’t want to fall. But shortly after, we got the hang of it. Then we started going fast. Brother are you having a nice ride? Now we’re eating lunch at Warm Puppy Cafe. And we’re eating hot dogs out of a dog bowl. And we got to see the Zamboni refresh the ice in the rink from here. We enjoyed our first time ice skating. Now we’re walking to Snoopy’s Gallery and Gift Shop. This store features 2,400 square feet of a wide range of Peanuts products. There’s even a little museum upstairs. Lucy, say “cheese.” Our next stop is the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center. Opened in 2002, this museum is dedicated to the works of the creator of the Peanuts comic strip. First we’re playing at the Snoopy labyrinth. We are entering at the base of Snoopy’s neck and finishing at Snoopy’s ear. Next we’re visiting the court. That is the kite-eating tree. Let’s solve the crossword puzzle on Linus. Under Lucy’s baseball cap is Woodstock’s birdbath 3d holograms. Now we’re checking out the museum’s comic strip rotation gallery. In the downstairs changing gallery, we are viewing an exhibit called the Mud Pies and Jelly Beans, the Flavor of Peanuts. There are many food-related memorabilia including Charles Schulz’s table from the Warm Puppy. We’re not going on a guided tour with Mr. Craig. First he’s showing us a Peanuts tile mural. [Mr. Craig] There’s a total of 3600 strips on the wall. [Mr. Craig] And that represents ten years of his work. So in one glance you see ten years of his work. Next is the morphing Snoopy wood sculpture. Snoopy started standing on two feet in 1956. This binder contains many comic strips of the world’s famous Beagle. We’re going to the second level. While Mr. Craig is continuing with the tour, Brother is sketching a peanuts character. Tada, I drew Charlie Brown. Then Mr. Craig took us to Charles Schulz’s recreated studio. In this gallery, we learn about the life of Charles Schulz. This nursery wall featuring images of Snoopy and Charlie Brown was painted by Schultz in 1951. This section chronicles the 50 years of Franklin. There are also many other memorabilia here including the last Peanuts comic strip. Lastly we’re going to make some crafts. We are creating our own Snoopy doghouse. We had an awesome time here. My next stop is Shuffles Magical Ice Cream Shop. This place offers handcrafted ice cream, magic shows, and a magic shop with magician supply. Here comes the magician. [Man] Mr. Ken Garr. [Magician Ken] Can you examine a piece of rope for me, sir. [Magician Ken] Pull and tug on that piece of rope to make sure it’s a real piece of rope. Watch as Magician Ken transforms the three ropes into equal lengths. We are examining the cups to make sure they are real. He made the baseballs appear under the cups. [Magician Ken] There’s a big one over here. And here’s the Las Vegas version. Las Vegas, baby. Next is the Rubik’ss Cube trick. [Magician Ken] You gotta use magic. Watch. [Magician Ken] That’s a lot easier. You don’t have to worry about it gets it out of the way. [Magician Ken] Do you see anything in there? Stick your head in there. [Magician Ken] And if we do it right. Here we go. There’s a little doggy for you. [Magician Ken] Give a big hand of applause for helping out. We had a magical time here at Shuffles. We’re checking in at Flamingo Resort. This family-friendly hotel offers a wide variety of modern amenities with the glamorous ambience of a 1950’s summer resort. Oh, look! A Charlie Brown statue like the one we saw at the museum. And here’s one of Snoopy too. Too bad the weather’s cold or else we could have swam in this pool. I’m going to give you a tour of our room. We have two full-size beds. There’s also a desk and some information about the city. There’s also a flat screen TV. Let’s see what’s in here. Probably a closet. [Cousin] Hi, I’ll be giving you a tour of our bathroom. [Cousin] So we have a bathtub. Like a shower. And soap. Let’s also see what’s behind this door. [Brother] Boo! We had so much fun in Santa Rosa. Please hit the subscribe button and remember to look for your own adventure.