Mill Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our first trip of the year we decided to go to Mt. Tamalpais. We ...
... Chowder that they serve in a round bowl made of sourdough bread. It was good fare! After lunch we carried on our meanderings down the wharf towards the cable car station, stopping on the way for Annick to buy some shoes. Being the height of the tourist season there was a looooong queue for the cable car, one of the 'must do' things to do whilst in Frisco. It was worth the hour wait through as ...
... took us to a bar near their hostel which they assured us was
open but wasn’t so we went into some tiki lounge and got a huge cocktail
between us and from here I was pretty ruined. I think I was probably doing my
Irish accent and saying “I have no willy” which tends to happen whenever I meet
Irish people and I’ve had a drink.
After the bar closed we went to their hostel which had a
huge hall ...
We are making good time as we hit the Golden Gate Bridge at around 9am... As we start across the bridge we get our first good look at San Francisco and it is awesome. The bridge is half in the sunshine and half covered in fog. A beautiful sight...
We make our way into Marin and Mill Valley as we head up the mountains to Muir Woods. I explain to the girls that this is where mountain biking was born, and we get our first taste of ...
... passed the large irrigation supply dam, the San Louis Reservoir, which is almost empty after 2 years of no inflows. Stopped at 1 of the best fruit / veg shops just off the highway, Casta da Fruita (see attached photo) which sold every type of fruit & veg & nuts. David & Roy bought some fresh fruit and reckoned the peaches and strawberries were the best they had eaten. Apricots were only so so. Back in the ...