Vineyard Country Inn

Address: 7840 Vineyard Dr., Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 7840 Vineyard Dr., Paso Robles, is near Justin Vineyards and Winery, Opolo Vineyards, Tablas Creek Vineyard, and Adelaida Cellars.
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Travel Blogs from Paso Robles

There and back again.. A hobbits tale

A travel blog entry by rich_s on Sep 14, 2014

... part of the river Lewis nearly fell in, was the one part where, if you were going to die on the rapids, that was the one part where everyone did!! Later we managed to get stuck on a rock which was placed right in the middle of the rapids... So our flush faced instructor told us to jump OUT onto the rock and try and jump back in when we got going again. Fortunately for the good of man kind, we made the jump and the blog about the South Island can be written. ...

San Sealmon

A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on May 21, 2014

5 photos

... out on us, as in this area everything closes down after sunset! The forces of demand and supply went against us and we had to fill up with some 'gas', but luckily the guy serving us had some good tips for a campsite and also a view point to see the elephant seals laying on the beach. Taking his word for it we followed the road and stopped off. There were hundreds of them laying, swimming, ...

"Walk my way and a thousand violins begin to play"

A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Sep 16, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... around even more than this sentence. It was sunny and 70 degrees too. We saw birdies and trees, animal things and creeks and bull elephant seals (I know this cos I picked up a copy of the bull elephant free newspaper from the local bull elephant do gooder). There must have been a hundred of the creatures (Bull Elephant Seals. Not do gooders)laying, sunning themselves on one of the few accessible beaches along the entire length of the Big Sur run. This, of course means we were ...

Bitter Sweet Symphony

A travel blog entry by bobbette on Jul 14, 2013

12 photos

... for a little while, where we passed through Old Spanish mission towns and an abundance of wineries. We were also within 30 mile of James Deans crash site. But on a brighter note we were also in a very renowned (apparently) Pinot Noir region. Mmm yummy! It was becoming hot and thirsty work driving in the Californian sun with the roof down, that when we came across one of the mission towns we pulled off the highway and drove down the main street. It felt like we ...

Perhaps Love is Like an Ocean

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Oct 27, 2012

18 photos

... places. We had made reservations at a hotel at San Simeon, as well as tickets for tour of Hearst Castle for tomorrow, so we so our last stop for today is the beach where the Elephant seals live. A docent was wandering through the viewing area and she was very interesting to talk to as she had a lot of information about the elephant seals, which live on the beaches in California. It was nice to see them lying on the beach and being able to view them so closely ...