Mountain Home Inn

Address: 810 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley, Marin County, California, 94941, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 810 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley, is near Muir Woods National Monument, Old Mill Park, Lytton Square, and Pleasure Principle.
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      Travel Blogs from Mill Valley

      Under the bridge

      A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 01, 2014

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      ... It was a flat rate of $35 to park there, we decided to phone them first because im sure they have a deal with the car park, so matty goes to pull into a car park space under some trees and forgets the vans another couple feet higher due to the bikes so he ended up bending my handlebars and wheel (bell end). When we phoned them we found out they were shut for one of the only four days they are off each year, typical. Looks like we will have to entertain ...

      Cabin in the Woods

      A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 09, 2014

      ... found a cabin for us to stay in for the night.

      Finding the cabin was an adventure in itself. We had to go up hilly, narrow roads along the edges of mountains. Our cell service was spotty at best, but we eventually found the place hidden in the woods.

      When Jonathan and David said "cabin," I was prepared to sleep on a couch or maybe the ground as the 8 of us squished into a two-ish bedroom cabin.

      This place was ...

      Golden Gate Bridge, Muir Woods, and Sausiltio

      A travel blog entry by marshallinc on Jul 23, 2014

      16 photos

      ... one of the trees, with the rings of wood marked to show when all of the rings were created. As you trace things back in time, you realize that the tree is almost 2000 years old and it makes you think about what the coast looked like back then when there was nothing but these big monsters.

      There is one section of the trail with a stand of trees know as the "Cathedral". There are signs asking you to walk through the section silently to preserve ...

      Crossing the Country

      A travel blog entry by witheyski on Jul 22, 2014

      14 photos

      ... breakfast. JJ had the pancakes with cooked breakfast from McDonalds while Ruth and I shared a breakfast pizza. We chose to share and it was a good decision at it was definitely big enough for both of us.
      The boarding gate did not seem too busy when we arrived for our United flight so we saw the agent about our seat numbers. He came back to us about 15 minutes later with the new tickets which put one of us in ...

      Yosemite!

      A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jun 02, 2014

      ... lining it's sides with huge vertical cliff faces. The most famous being the half dome with one cliff face being a whole mile high. It's also famous to north Americas hugest waterfalls called yosemite falls with a drop of half a mile. We visited there first and decided being hot meant we should stand as close to it as possible and get drenched in the spray. Seconds later and we had gone from sweating to shaking with cold. Back in the car on a tight time schedule trying ...