Pumpkin Cottages Inn

Po Box 69, Half Moon Bay, California, 94019, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay

First (and most likley last visit to Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by daniescarlett

... to see again. (Really was it too much to ask for just a few little sample bottles of vodka)?

Surviving this, we spent a lovely week relaxing on the beach in Bali while I unsuccessfully begged our travel agent to change my ticket home as I had to go back thru Indonesia alone (the Blonde One was continuing onto Australia without me). As this request would have somehow upset the travel gods and disrupted the fabric of the universe, I fly ...

Visiting the beaches again

A travel blog entry by ostravel


... the San Francisco beach just before the golden gate. A beach where probably every person in SF that has a dog goes to walk their dog on weekends... hundreds of dogs... Stopped at the Fisherman's Wharf  for a little touristic tour before going back to Stanford at ...

Golden Gate Park

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism


... our buses at home are useless if you don’t know the area.

When we jumped off the bus, at the stop nearest the park -we only had to walk a block or two to the park-, we were greeted with ‘DONUT WORLD’… Mmmm doughnuts… We were strong though, and walked right on by. Go us! ;O) Anyway, I digress… The main purpose of our visit to Golden Gate Park was to visit the Japanese Tea Garden. I ...

Day 24 - Last day in SF / Últim dia a SF

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... A16, in the Marine neighbourhood. Really nice food and atmosphere. I have to confess that I am tired to use the same clothes every time we are going out!

Todays quote of the day was from Ariana. She looked at papa and said, "When I am as old as you......no I will never be that old, I 'll just drink a potion that will keep me young forever." A good idea I thought.

Sunday In San Francisco

A travel blog entry by curryinahurry


... as they get on the bus, it's totally bizzare, and sometimes they don't even get off the bus when there's a photo opportunity or something really special to see, because the're fast asleep. Fred has decided that they must be nocturnal, and perhaps there's a market for nocturnal tours.
Our first stop to day was Lombard St, the most crooked street in the world. the crooked part is right at the top, to get there you have to walk up 150 meters of ...


This B&B, located on Po Box 69, Half Moon Bay, is near Pescadero Beach, Sea Horse Ranch & Friendly Acres, Poplar Beach, and Cowell Ranch State Beach.
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