Victorian Gold Bed & Breakfast

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

    #4 - San Antonio Falls

    A travel blog entry by seangerk on Jan 25, 2015

    96 photos

    ... we finally stop, the view here is breathtaking as well! Sean points up to the overlook. We were just there! It seems much higher up from way down here. We grab some snacks and Sheba takes a quick nap. This is the best part...sitting here and taking in the view. Everything here seems so peaceful. It's so relaxing.

    We leave our packs in a safe spot and head down to the creek and the falls. The air here is very cool. We come across a fallen tree ...

    This year ends as we prepare for 2015

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Dec 31, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to the dollar. Because the dollar is stable, it is prized by Argentines and they are willing to pay more for it. There is an illegal, but open, market in dollars, called the "Blue Exchange," with fluctuating rates. The current blue rate is about 13.5 pesos to the dollar. That means using an ATM or credit card gives a tourist 50% fewer pesos than ...

    Some big trees and a swim

    A travel blog entry by geraldfarr on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to the car it had also warmed up quite a bit, so we headed off up the Tioga Road to try and find somewhere nice for lunch. What we found was Lake Tenaya, very few people around, crystal clear water and (of course) spectacular views of Tenaya Peak (and, in the distance, Half Dome). And that was pretty much it for the day - it was so nice that we decided to stay put after our picnic lunch and enjoy the water and the cooler temperatures (we were at about 8,000 ...

    From City to National Park Via restful Bakersfield

    A travel blog entry by nickrandle on Apr 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... to drive something this size, but here in the USA they seem to let people drive R.Vs the size of national express coaches without so much as a "have a nice day now"– so, embracing the prevailing spirit of rugged individualism I thought I’d give it a go. (After all, at 28 feet ours is only equivalent to a small UK heavy goods lorry).

    Half way through the day we came off the main freeway to have a coffee and swap front ...

    June 8, 2012

    A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 08, 2012

    9 photos

    This morning we headed to Yosemite National Park, 20 miles to the east. We had heard that Yosemite was a busy place, but didn't understand exactly how busy until we pulled up to the park entrance and saw the line of cars waiting to pay the entrance fee at the three toll booths. Having the Golden Age Passport again proved its value as we passed through the toll booth without paying the $20.00 entrance fee. Yosemite National Park and the surrounding federal lands ...