Lavender Hill Bed & Breakfast

Address: 683 Barretta Street, Sonora, California, 95370, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 683 Barretta Street, Sonora, is near Railtown 1897 State Park, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Tuolumne County Museum, and Stanislaus National Forest.
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Travel Blogs from Sonora

Yosemite Park

A travel blog entry by allynbev on Oct 09, 2015

6 photos

Relatively short journey to Yosemite through the "flat lands". Lots of vines, fruit and almond trees. Very dry though, looked parched! Hardly surprising as the weather is baking - 31C today. After paying $30 to enter the park, we drove miles along twisty,turns roads. Trees, trees and more trees! Guess you need to be into camping and trecking to ...

“Goodbye God, I’m going to Bodie”

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 15, 2015

2 comments, 72 photos

... mile of blackened trees, some entirely stripped of their leaves and branches, leaving ranks of forlorn black spikes against an angry sky.
Maybe this is what Superman was preparing for?

It had been a long, interesting day but I was glad to reach our hotel for the night, The Best Western in Sonora.
Not a great meal, but a fantastic bath.


Awesome heights

A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Sep 02, 2014

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... very quaint.
Remnants of the Gold rush era I believe.

Our journey was slowed down by 15 mins due to a rock slide on the other side of the narrow highway, but we arrived near the visitors centre approx 2hr 45 mins from departure time.

But first things first folks.

We then explored the museum, watching very interesting documentaries on the North American Indian tribe who lives there ...

A Cool Ride in the Hills

A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 14, 2013

6 comments, 36 photos

... looming, we turned inland, away from the coast and weekend prices and
found a cheap pub on the outskirts of Nowhereville California. The next morning we headed for Yosemite National Park. We had heard from a Michigan rider, Bob Cushman, that it was possible to “traverse” the park and decided to find out for ourselves. We arrived to find that the park was, indeed, closed but we were told by rangers we could ride through provided we didn't ...

Columbia Historic State Park

A travel blog entry by jonesgang on Jul 06, 2012

3 photos

... a candle that somehow survived the rest of the day without getting broken.
It was so hot that the most appealing thing by midafternoon was jumping into a swimming pool so back to our hotel we went. We also strolled some of the shops of the area before returning to the room and falling asleep while watching yet another Star Wars movie on Spike TV (must have been a Star Wars special this week).

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