Carriage House Inn King City

Address: 416 Lynn St, King City, California, 93930-3111, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 416 Lynn St, King City, is near Mission San Antonio de Padua.
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    Travel Blogs from King City

    Roadtrip - King City campground

    A travel blog entry by verofred on Jun 01, 2015

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    ... and left the house at 10:50am. Let's go to SAN FRANCISCO!!!

    It's soooo cool to be back on the road! We drove on the highway no. 1 along the coast! Really nice!!

    Our first stop was at Hugh Hefner's mansion :-))

    We wanted to stop somewhere in Malibu beach....uuhhmm...nope! not possible! Parking over here costs 40$!!!! Shoot...! Welcome to Malibu :-)) So we just stopped for a sec at Malibu ...

    King City

    A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Apr 06, 2015

    ... had quite a good night.
    We decided not to come back via the coast road as the winds were very cold instead we came through Carmel valley through miles of twisty narrow roads and ended up in a tiny little town called king city in a very cheap but pleasant ...

    Lifestyles of the rich and famous

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 01, 2014

    18 photos

    ... is modelled on a Mediterranean theme. Quite lavish, very indulgent and opulent. Not everyone's taste I suppose, but nevertheless, very grand. There are tapestries that used to hang in Versailles in this castle. Apparently he used to like guests to feel it was all quite informal, so they ate off inexpensive crockery, had paper napkins and had ketchup and mustard on the table. Never mind that they had the highest quality silver spittoons for the ...

    What a day

    A travel blog entry by juanmiguel on Jul 27, 2014

    ... traffic was slowing down. Luckily prior to my trip I stumbled upon an article from the California highway police which gave some pointers on how to split lanes. And after seeing another bike do it I went in and started passing all those people stuck in their cars. It was great for the most part I saw drivers opening up making way for me. Good thing I had plenty of practice driving a stick shift car and knew how to ride a clutch. I kept the bike in second gear and using ...

    Windy at the Wild Horse Road

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on Sep 09, 2013

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    Rolled along with an easy start to the driving from Bodega Bay but somehow lost veered off Highway 1 somewhere along the way. We knew we were to go inland for a bit but then there we were in Petaluma-- my mind saying we were on the 101 and the map confirmed it. How? We know not but 101 it would be. We will leave that one last bit of Highway 1 that we have not been on for another trip. The 101 is a freeway (three lanes southbound as we ...