Victorian Gold Bed & Breakfast

Address: 10382 Willow St, Jamestown, California, 95327, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 10382 Willow St, Jamestown, is near Railtown 1897 State Park, Tuolumne County Museum, Stanislaus National Forest, and Wood's Creek.
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        Travel Blogs from Jamestown

        Yosemite Park

        A travel blog entry by allynbev on Oct 09, 2015

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        ... it? Needless to say, it was full of Americans doing just that! Found a monster fir cone ( a foot long by 4/5 inches in diameter ) from a giant Redwood. Will try to get it home in one piece. No wildlife to be seen apart from a stag ( about to cross the road) on the way out. Liked the signs by the road " speeding kills bears". If you ...

        Day 16 - Nancy Sinatra and Ten-Gallon Hats

        A travel blog entry by jonatkins on Jun 27, 2015

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        ... feature of Knights Ferry was its beautiful wooden covered bridge, spanning a very inviting river (it had hit 100F by then). According to our waitress, it has featured in several movies but, unable to check the internet here, it hasn't been possible to check which ones. I'll get back to you though, as that sounds like a potential goldmine of boring facts. Either way, it has that ...

        Jamestown - Harley bikes & steam trains

        A travel blog entry by haddons on May 16, 2015

        17 photos

        ... many men at work in the roundhouse working on engines. Volunteers were dressed up in costumes of the late 1880's (we didn't realise that Nike trainers went back so far - probably because they were always concealed by the long skirts). As it was so sunny we decided not to hang around for the roundhouse guided tour and headed for the local hills where we walked a trail that is part of the disused Sierra railway line. The majority of the track ...

        On the road again!

        A travel blog entry by callumsianknapp on Jul 08, 2013

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        ... made it very palatable. (Turns out the confusion from sat navs etc was due to some of the roads not having speed limits so it was unknown how long it would take to drive it) We arrived before check in time so used our couple of hours to spend by the pool. With a hectic last week we have not had a lot of time to 'chill' so was great to have a dip, a beer (me), a daiquiri (Sian) and a snore (me) round the swimming pool. The boredom ...

        Happy Birthday Lisa!

        A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad on Jun 13, 2012

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        ... sup> birthday, which was the reason for this entire trip, for those of you not in the know. :) Although never fazed by my age nor that of others, the insignificance of years certainly set in when I was placed in the context of such stately and humbling natural beauty. From carving the incredible valleys between imposing granite cliffs millions of years ago, to the thousands of years for beautiful red trees to tower overhead... forty is nothing.

        The northernmost section ...