Landis Shores - An Oceanfront Bed and Breakfast Inn

211 Mirada Road, Half Moon Bay, California, 94019, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 211 Mirada Road, Half Moon Bay, is near Half Moon Bay State Beach, Pescadero Beach, Sea Horse Ranch & Friendly Acres, and Miramar Beach.
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    A travel blog entry by rudd on Jul 08, 2014

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    San Francisco is not as warm as we would have liked for July. Every day has had a bitterly cold wind which gets really strong after lunch. A mist closes in late afternoon & the sea always seems rough. Who would want to be a crim & sent to Alcatraz, especially in the winter. Apparently the water is freezing, 7 men swam to escape never to be seen again, no-one knows if they survived, but I'm guessing they had hypothermia wherever they got to.

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    Every Big Trip Starts with a Quick Stop!

    A travel blog entry by ggjlturner on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... were drenched by a rouge wave.

    We stayed near the airport that night and were up early to be at SFO for our 8:30am flight. Less than five hours after take-off we were in Cancun. My first bit of culture shock was when I realized that the coke I bought while waiting for our resort shuttle was close to $4.00. US. This was a far cry from the nickel they cost when I was here last 24 years ago! No more airport coke.


    Alcatraz Day.

    A travel blog entry by wadhwani on Apr 05, 2014

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    ... 50kms off the coast. The seals turned up here in 1989 after the earthquake and haven't left. The bay Apparently the bay is only an average of 18 ft deep apart from a few dredged shipping channels. The great whites don't like to come into the bay because it's not deep enough and not salty enough for them. On the otherside of the Golden Gate Bridge the water drops to 300ft and the lovely sharks are out there hunting for sea lions. Arcade , Bar and Shopping. That's what we're doing ...

    The Bay City

    A travel blog entry by keshiak on Jan 26, 2014

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    ... you're in the US and need to eat ? YOU EAT AT IN AND OUT BURGER . After the burger, neither of us were really feeling the 3km walk back to the hostel (even though it would have helped us, I'm sure..) we hailed a cab and were back in the room by around 2. We showered off the grease and sweat, put our feet up for a bit, and have been taking it easy ever since. Last but not least, I've been able to edit some pictures, so check them out and we'll check in tomorrow !

    My San Fran

    A travel blog entry by vincewanderer on Jan 22, 2014

    ... delicacies. Other favoured cuisines include Japanese,
    Spanish, Italian and plenty of vegan or vegetarian options; consult
    residents and local travel guides for up-to-the-minute suggestions.
    Travellers looking for a bite to eat on the run should head to the Ferry
    Building at the eastern end of Market Street. Enjoy a view of the Bay
    Bridge as you try a $5 cup of Clam Chowder, and wander the many small