Robinson Creek Bed And Breakfast

1901 Boonville Road, Ukiah, California, 95482, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 1901 Boonville Road, Ukiah, is near Orr Hot Springs, Bonterra Vineyards, and Ukiah to Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Ukiah

Pot holes, pot holes, pot holes.....

A travel blog entry by oscarsadventure on Aug 31, 2014

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Let's just start this entry with it won't be as funny as the previous ones. My sense of humor is a little stressed at the moment. The corral and shade structure were built but I think everybody, including us, paid a heavy price. This construction job wasn't the kind of thing a bunch of family over 50 should do (per Michael, a structural engineer who was helping) but we gave it our best shot and ...

It can't get much better than this!

A travel blog entry by oscarsadventure on Aug 12, 2014

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Bushay Campground, Lake Mendicino.......

138 sites......First day 3 campers and us. It almost seems like the twilight zone. We have never had a campground so empty in the summer months. Never got more than 6 campers the entire time we stayed... Very surprising and a little disturbing since the campground, showers and potties included, was the bomb diggity. It was a fun few days, relaxing, doing pretty much nothing.....
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Sea Fog Won't Stop Our Fun!

A travel blog entry by nessandjess on Aug 12, 2012

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... height: 22.22222328186035px; ">Over the bridge and into sunny Sausalito for lunch. Another fancy kind of town and nice neighbourhood which we got to see a bit of, thanks to a mini detour.

We continued on our journey where we came off the road and onto the beaten track in order to make our way to the tip of headland that Sir Francis Drake landed on in the 16th century. After a long drive through more ...

U-What?

A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 21, 2010

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... br> After what seemed like all day, when I got to an intersection of Highway and 128, I chose to leave the roller coaster ride and go inland. The gas station attendant, yes I said attendant, advised that the safest road for a motorcycle was 128 inland. When I filled up back in Point Arena, the attendant did what they used to do; he filled up the tank and then asked for money. I had forgotten this was the way it used to be. Long before, you could ...

I'll Trya Ukiah

A travel blog entry by kgkacin on Dec 04, 2009

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... spent and the general weariness. In true denial fashion I assume the car will be fine now that there are no major grades anymore and for the time being I have been right.

I head out to Port Arena and free from the relentless need of focus am able to enjoy these amazing beach cliff views as well as unceasing huge waves crashing against a bevy of rock and sand. I regroup a little and watch the water and decide it ...

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