Amador Harvest Inn

12455 Steiner Road, Plymouth, California, 95669, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Plymouth

Gold Rush

A travel blog entry by frawldog

7

... town of San Andreas, which is famous for the fault line where two tectonic plates meet and causes a lot of the earthquakes. The line was not visible from ground level in San Andreas, so we opted not to go there. There were a few other towns we stopped by for a short time, but they didn't exactly have an old town center. They just had a strip of old shops. Those towns were called Fair Oaks, Roseville and Elk ...

Got wood...

A travel blog entry by wendalex

7

... the world… the trunk of this behemoth is still on the forest floor - some 200 years after it fell. but the future looks good for the giants- after a fire in the early 1900's a huge area was left clear and about twenty babies are to be seen. They are still toddlers in Redwood terms, being only about ten foot across at the base!
after our giant trees comes more gigantic scenery as we are off to Yosemite…watch this space.

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We came to California to be warm

A travel blog entry by keshiak

1

... real?!" We hopped back in the car and hit the coastal road, breathing a sigh of relief as we left the vista point. A short drive up the way we saw a sign - "west point beach campground - free wifi, spots on the beach, and hot showers"
WHAAAAAAT?! SOLD ! I ripped into there like a professional stunt car driver, I couldn't believe our luck. But you know that saying - 'if it seems too good to be ...

Days 253 - 257: Livin' the American Dream

A travel blog entry by djmorton

2
94

... as I did in Botswana, drinking to much cider before bed. So, I didn't accidentally stand on the park's wildlife: coyote, deer, squirrels, chipmunks and of course bears! Early the following morning we took a short hike (stroll) to the lower Yosemite Falls. Interestingly, the falls in their entirety, not just lower part we hiked (meandered) to, are the biggest in America and 5th biggest fall in the world. I was fascinated with the fact that in winter the water falling creates a ...

Reflections on my trip 6 months after

A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace

95

... forward to. I loved that. It was heaven for me.

  • I loved the meals in the back of my car. It was little nest in the back, where I could withdraw from the craziness of the weather and the B&B people. I loved my peanut butter and honey sandwiches. I looked forward to them and never tired of them the whole trip. The bread stayed fresh in the back of my car too. I loved just leaving the food in the back seat of my car and always knowing it was there. I bought ...

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This B&B, located on 12455 Steiner Road, Plymouth, is near Renwood / Santino Winery, Deaver Vineyards Winery, Charles Spinetta Winery, and Story Winery.
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