The Continental Inn

Address: 26985 Highway One, Tomales, California, 94971, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 26985 Highway One, Tomales, is near Bellwether Farms.
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      Travel Blogs from Tomales

      Day 104 - San Francisco - California (USA)

      A travel blog entry by thekemptons on Jul 11, 2013

      20 photos

      ... marvel at how unremarkable the Golden Gate Bridge is, neither totally convinced, both sure it should be red not grey. Quick map check, it's ok it's a different bridge!

      We walk the Embarcadero along the sea wall past all the docks. We have a quick stop at a playground for some slide action for Taya, and a touch of shop keeping for Dylan. We finally reach Pier 39 for a wander around lots of shops and restaurants. Nice area. There is a carousel here so the boys hop on board. ...

      Indoors/Outdoors......it all gets a bit mixed-up

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Apr 27, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... not as versatile as a barbeque but much more entertaining. I&A loved it, from the lighting and stoking of the fire, to the pizza-prep and cooking - which takes about 90 seconds - it's fantastically hot in there! Once the excitement's over, a stew can go in to cook until morning. Not merely a wonderful indulgence, the oven brought back all sorts of memories of Tanzania, where a constant supply of timber ...

      Tomales

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Apr 22, 2013

      15 photos

      ... landscape seemed non-specifically familiar.....like being in the Derby Dales by the West Coast of Scotland in Cornwall. Not a bad combination. What with the avenues of monumental trees to stabilise the road, the Fresians and Highland Coos (no sheep), the aged wooden farmhouses and barns. It was almost enough to cause a bit of home-sickness .....almost, but not quite.......is the grey cloud that parked itself over England in ...

      Bee keeping lessons

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Apr 20, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... at one end and then you plug the hole with food so she can't get out until she has eaten her way out. 4. The queen bee box is strapped to one of the frames inside the hive to encourage the bees to stay. 5. The food is sugar water which we put in jam jars with a tiny hole in the lid then turned it upside down for the bees to drink from. 6. You leave them alone ...

      A San Francisco Treat

      A travel blog entry by return2gr8land on Oct 09, 2012

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... Gate bridge (a symmetrical cantilever-suspension hybrid bridge) and played a major role in its completion. It was originally proposed in 1916, but had to overcome plenty of opposition. Sometime between 1925 and 1929 and several engineering studies later, it transformed into the suspension bridge design. It was finally approved in the early 30s, but didn’t open to the public until 1937 after years of construction and the great depression. This year marks its ...