The Cooperage Inn

Address: 301 First Street West, Sonoma, California, 95476, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 301 First Street West, Sonoma, is near Sonoma Plaza, Cornerstone Festival of Gardens, The Olive Press, and Vic McWilliams's Castle Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Sonoma

Sonoma, the Napa Valley & Bodega Bay

A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Oct 27, 2014

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From Monterey, Dave chauffeured the Ridleys to the wine region of Sonoma, briefly passing through San Francisco & actually driving over the Golden Gate Bridge. For the next two days we based ourselves in the lovely town of Sonoma but ventured out to the Napa Valley with lots of coffee stops in the surrounding towns. The centre of Sonoma was a hive of restaurants and coffee shops built around a large square, with pomegranate and lemon trees lining the ...

Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Apr 17, 2014

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... Mt. Tamalpais proper was. I did a U turn on the side of the cliff and we headed back up. Anne stopped for a few pictures at some scenic views. After a while we all decided that we had gotten some great views anyway, so we didn't need to plant a flag anywhere.

We took the Muir Woods roads northwest to Stinson Beach, zooming and bending down the way. When we got back to Highway 1 we got a great view of the beach, but as our party was tired and one of us was ...

Day 3 - A visit to the beautiful town of Sausalito

A travel blog entry by azuzo on Oct 21, 2013

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... these ferries are sold at a kiosk outside of the Ferry Building. For 2 of us having a round trip our total came out to $41.00...a bit steep but hey, it's vacation.

The ferry ride there was very nice and the views of course were all so stunning. This was the first glimpse we had of the Golden Gate Bridge. Though sunny out, it was so neat to ...

Visit with the Lewis'

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 12, 2013

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Today we left Oregon and drove into CA. We were still in the mountainous area so the scenery was mostly pine trees and foothills. Then, all of a sudden, we saw this huge mountain in the distance. We kept driving closer and closer and we went around a big curve in the road and there it was - Mt. Shasta, another 14,000' mountain in the Cascade Range.




If you look at a topographical map of the west, you can ...

The Golden Gate....We Made IT!

A travel blog entry by mcshea on Aug 08, 2013

9 comments, 7 photos

... out against a pure blue sky.....no fog, no clouds, it was spectacular!

The guys rode into an area just below the North East side of the bridge onto the grounds of the former Fort Baker. Julie and Sharon drove straight to the bridge this morning and spent the afternoon touring the area including an amazing Children's Discovery Museum.

Through out the ride Bill and Brian met and chatted with other bike riders ...