Jenner Inn & Cottages

Address: 10400 Coast Route 1 , Jenner, California, 95450, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 10400 Coast Route 1 , Jenner, is near Fort Ross State Historic Park, Sonoma Coast State Beach, and Salt Point State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Jenner

    What's In a Name

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... in the Press Democrat "Tribute Section." (Apparently, someone decided "Tributes" with color glossies of the dearly departed sell better than the old black and white, copy only, "Obits." Newspapers, these days: it's all about visuals and revenue.)

    Anyway back to the point. My name is Robert Lear Jackson. I was named after this handsome young man who was my mother's brother. We never met. He died "Somewhere in Luxemburg" on October 22, ...

    Day 16

    A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... throughout the summer. As Brad was chatting with him, he noticed the car next to us had a Dave White license plate holder. A family with two young boys was exiting the trail at that time. I asked them if they were from Toledo. They live in Sylvania. We weren’t the only crazy people to drive cross country with their kids.

    At the end of our walk, Alexa decided to stomp on what she thought was a pinecone with her new tennis ...

    Point Reyes, Cows everywhere!

    A travel blog entry by piming on Apr 24, 2014

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    Camped at Samuel Taylor State Park, under redwoods, per Alex's request. Alex is a big redwood fan, loves hiking, camping where the giants stand. Originally we were going easy by staying at Point Reyes Youth Hostel, but Mr. Alex insisted, and here we were.

    Campground wasn't as quiet as we wished. Our house is much quieter than this, especially there's group campsite close to ...

    Childhood memories abound

    A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Jul 13, 2013

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    ... State Park, site of where some of the first Russian Settlers in California set up shop. (another Hackmeier favorite side trip while staying at the Russian River) Happy to be able to share these with Chris. Everything from here on out will be new to both of us. (Chris will be happy to stop hearing me say.."yep I've seen this" at least for a little while) ...

    Change of Plans (Or at least Cars!)

    A travel blog entry by ourusaroadtrip on Jan 04, 2013

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    ... 30 min. away from the airport. I hope it's a good choice of road trip car, definitely the cheapest. Now to figure out how to get there from the airport: shuttle, DART, or taxi? I'm thinking shuttle will be the easiest/ least confusing. I'm not really down to get lost in a major city of Texas I've never been to. Some exciting stuff: We got some gift cards and cash money for Christmas, courtesy of the Fam, that will help us out greatly in our ...