Tam Valley Bed and Breakfast

Address: 508 Shasta Way, Mill Valley, Marin County, California, 94941, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 508 Shasta Way, Mill Valley, is near Muir Woods National Monument, Marin Headlands, Old Mill Park, and Miwok Livery Stables.
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    Travel Blogs from Mill Valley

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by nicki.bygraves on Dec 08, 2014

    ... turned out well. With the tour bus failing to collect us Murray hires a car and gets us to the Redwoods. Although very impressive I remember the experience in Nz near Rotorua being better. A little underwhelming and definitely not as close to San Fran as the Ape movie suggests. We stop in Sausalito on the way home and find a lovely little pub where we have a wine while watching the sun set over San Francisco. At & t park Muir woods and Sausalito ...

    Hey batta, batta, batta, swing batta!

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Sep 26, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos



    Yesterday, we went to a San Francisco Giants baseball game. We had bought tickets a long time ago and we thought it would be fun to take the kids to see a game. Originally, we looked at going to an NFL game, but every time we were in a city where there was a team, the team was at an away game. The 49ers are playing on Sunday, but, of course, we are leaving the city in the morning! We also ...

    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 ...

    Earning Our Sea Legs at The Caffe Trieste

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 03, 2014

    25 photos

    ... with iPhone poised to snap any memorable enlightenment or landmark of the inner-self.

    July 2nd was such a day for Buck & Deanne. We picked up the Red San Fran Sightseer at Union Square, strapped ourselves upstairs and motored off for The Downtown tour.
    The Tenderloin District was the first stop. San Francisco's largest concentrate of homeless bums and vanquished working-class is found in The Tenderloin amongst obvious signs of gentrification ...