Travel Blogs from Mill Valley, United States

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Mill Valley and Muir Woods, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Mill Valley and Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by 1414kath

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Stop off at Muir Woods, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Stop off at Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by ivorandkate

Blog entry and pictures under ...

Taxies, trollies, trains, busses -  going home, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Taxies, trollies, trains, busses - going home

A travel blog entry by winegalcj

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Friday morning was my day to head home. Here's how it went. Start: Travel Lodge, Mill Valley Bus to Financial District, downtown San Francisco – 30 minutes/$3.95 Short walk to Ferry Bldg for Breakfast, then take trolley to Cal Train station in front ...

There's No Place Like Home..., Mill Valley, United States travel blog

There's No Place Like Home...

A travel blog entry by cshilakes

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... scenery along the Idaho and Oregon borders, including the Hell's Canyon area. Here are some of the deepest gorges in the United States, at over a mile deep. We wound our way along the Snake River, passing several hydro dam projects, then intoWallowa ...

We're Off!, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

We're Off!

A travel blog entry by cshilakes

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D(eparture)-Day, May Day, wheels up, arrivederci Mill Valley. We have never written a travelogue, so we will work into this role of travel writer with some discomfort. We will try to be entertaining (depending on time we put pen to digital paper and how ...

If you go down to the woods today...., Mill Valley, United States travel blog

If you go down to the woods today....

A travel blog entry by bronwenrolls

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... literally not see the wood for the trees.   It’s incredibly beautiful and on a terrific scale.   The Mill Valley area is generally wealthy – massive white American unashamedly wealthy.  Houses in estate agents windows boast ...

It's not my fault, blame Sam Andreas, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

It's not my fault, blame Sam Andreas

A travel blog entry by captnoindustry

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... drove the Coast Highway from Vancouver to San Francisco.  We have now driven the entire Pacific Coast Highway! Our Hotel is in Mill Valley, but I didn't realize it is about 2 miles from the bridge.  I remember Doris day had a TV sitcom, and ...

Nuts & Jelly Beans, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Nuts & Jelly Beans

A travel blog entry by cdcass

... to the suburbs just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Got Dad and Mum sorted first and we headed for America's Best Value Inn at Mill Valley.  Took us quite a while to find it.  Drove right past it the first time and ended up on a narrow ...

Decepticon weather around Muir Woods, Tamalpais Valley, United States travel blog

Decepticon weather around Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by yyztrvlr

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Friday was the holiday in the US for the July 4 weekend. We were warned before hand not to go to Muir Woods on a weekend. It will be packed. Unfortunately we did not heed the warning. Luke & I jumped into the rental car and headed out of the city. ...

Muir Woods!, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Muir Woods!

A travel blog entry by underwaterjam

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Today Maia and I actually woke up at 8:30am and went to Muir Woods to go hiking. Muir Woods is in a valley just 12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. It has lots of old growth coastal redwoods and is absolutely beautiful. It was about 80 degrees ...

Bye-bye USA, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Bye-bye USA

A travel blog entry by roberton

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Before anyone gets all pedantic, I know we haven't quite left the US yet. Technically, Hawai'i is part of it. In the same way, Tibet is part of China, but the locals were so laid back that they didn't seem to mind very much when loads of foreigners ...

'Lights'  Journey, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

'Lights' Journey

A travel blog entry by kiwigal

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Had some breakfast down in the dining room and got away at the usual 9.30ish am, found our way out of Monterey and up the coast, they are super BIG on Halloween here saw heaps of markets selling the orange pumpkins and fields and fields of them, lots of ...

Now for a stroll through the forest, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Now for a stroll through the forest

A travel blog entry by malinda65

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After an hour trip through San Francisco, crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, and a very very winding road, we arrived at Muir Woods National Monument.  On Jan. 9, 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt signed legislation establishing Muir Woods National ...

North of San Francisco, Muir Woods area, United States travel blog

North of San Francisco

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue

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Today we did some sightseeing.  Started by stopping at the Golden Gate Natl Rec Area.  It's the last exit before going over the Golden Gate Bridge.  From here to Fort Point located under the base of the bridge.  Then headed north of ...

Muir Woods, Muir Woods National Park, United States travel blog

Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by clangrantau

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I went to Muir Woods on Monday it was worth the $42.00 plus the $7.00 entry fee into the park going to Saucalito was one place I did want to visit, and the bus stops there for a short time then you pick up the next shuttle to Muir Woods and the park as ...

Home again home again...., Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Home again home again....

A travel blog entry by mimosa79

Well, okay... Now I have come full ...

Muir Woods, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by katieball

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We tried to visit the afternoon before but the car parks were packed so we decided to get up early on our last day and head straight over the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin County, grabbed breakfast and then took the twisty road up into the hills to Muir ...

Muir Woods National Monument, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Muir Woods National Monument

A travel blog entry by hairsuit

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First the Muir National Park beautiful place great walk through the woods, t lies 12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, take US 101 and Calif. Highway 1, we luckily get close to the entrance as we are on a bus tour. Parking for cars is limited and ...

Southport Hattons, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Southport Hattons

A travel blog entry by jackandjill

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... of Las Vegas.  They managed to win on Roulette and enjoyed the Blue Man Group at the Venetian with the proceeds!  We walked into Mill Valley with Millie and Bob while Andy O & J went into the city and on to the airport.  The weather was ...

Frisco Foxes, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Frisco Foxes

A travel blog entry by jackandjill

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... through Chinatown admiring all the oriental food shops with strange vegetables and dried fish, snakes and scorpions. Dinner at home in Mill Valley with Lisa's little brother Owain and his girlfriend Janine.  Saturday morning Lisa took O & J to ...

preparations, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

preparations

A travel blog entry by hillarysloss

backpack prep and rain poncho decision ...

Carmel ro San Francisco, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Carmel ro San Francisco

A travel blog entry by sc00terman

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After breakfast, filling up the gas tank and getting the car washed we head north on the PCH. I know some of this blog's readers will want to know why we are getting the car washed. We have driven through heavy rains, high/gusty winds and the arid ...

Re-visit to Muir Woods & sail away, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Re-visit to Muir Woods & sail away

A travel blog entry by tfleonard1

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... under the enormous trees and listening to the silence. After passing by the proposal area which was just after the location the United Nations was dedicated, we saw a sign describing a trail that did a loop back to the entrance but also warned that it ...

Where the Wild Things (Lemley Boys) Are!, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Where the Wild Things (Lemley Boys) Are!

A travel blog entry by elemley

Awesome redwoods!          ...

Muir Woods, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by d2ym

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   We started our day trip at Muir Woods, near Mill Valley. We walked around on the boardwalk through the redwoods. At one point, we found a huge colony of ladybugs mating. Weird. We also found a banana slug. It's supposedly good luck to ...

Muir Woods, Stinson Beach and Point Reyes, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Muir Woods, Stinson Beach and Point Reyes

A travel blog entry by sebsingh

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... been said by my good friend LP (Lonely Planet). This required driving the legendary Highway 1.   Before coming to the States I'd heard a lot about the California Route 1 (AKA Highway 1), a mostly single-lane 655 mile winding road that hugs the ...

Nachmittagstour, Muir Woods und Sausolito, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Nachmittagstour, Muir Woods und Sausolito

A travel blog entry by sanfran

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Muir Woods Wow ein unglaublicher Ort. Die Bäume sind sooo hoch das sogar ein Hochhaus klein ist. Wahnsinn. Seht euch mal das das Foto Nr.12 genauer an. Dass ganz unten in weiss, ja dass bin ich. Man könnte mich fast übersehen so ...

Happy Thanksgiving, Mill Valley, United States travel blog

Happy Thanksgiving

A travel blog entry by jackandjill

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It poured with rain on Wednesday so we had a lazy morning then drove over to a huge Target store in Novano to buy a "3 in1 Multi-Use Turkey Fryer" which was on special and a snip at $39.99.  Andy took the dogs through the park while we did a Safeway ...

Muir Woods, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Muir Woods

A travel blog entry by chapmanomalley

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We had a crap night's sleep. O’Malley kept fidgeting and woke me up going to the toilet. He also was snoring. So some words were said and we both moaned at each other. Andy, Chris’ lodger decided to set an alarm at 5.50am of two radio ...

Muir Woods National Monument Park, Muir Woods National Monument, United States travel blog

Muir Woods National Monument Park

A travel blog entry by franziska1989

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Am Donnerstag, den 05.07.2012 waren Ben & Franzi im Muir Woods Nationalpark, in der Nähe von San Francisco. Dort gab es Bäume die so hoch waren, wie der Kölner Dom. ...

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