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

      Muir Woods

      A travel blog entry by chapmanomalley on Aug 05, 2013

      3 photos

      ... chatting to a couple of Austrians at the bar who were good fun. They had driven from LA and we exchanged tips on what to see in LA and also Chicago. We got a photo with them and one of the girls; Olivia demanded we put it on facebook! We had another drink then decided to head home as we were really tired and had an early start tomorrow. O’Malley took the wheel and drove home via the Golden Gate Bridge in the dark. Once home we slept in separate rooms again to avoid annoying each other ...

      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

      ... 8217;t have our triple gold cards or smart phone apps ready to swipe at the counter and still ask for a regular medium coffee or manage to read something to ask for a “Classic 500.” Then we hold up the next 15 people in line by standing in the wrong spot waiting to try to remember what it was we ordered so when they call it out we can claim them. Gotta give us credit though!!

      After regrouping with Chuck, who finally managed to find a parking ...