Point Reyes Schoolhouse Compound

Address: #11559 Scenic Coast Highway #1, Point Reyes Station, California, 94956, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on #11559 Scenic Coast Highway #1, Point Reyes Station, is near Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes Hiking Trails, Heart's Desire Beach, and Drakes Estero.
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          • Beach
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


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          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

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          Travel Blogs from Point Reyes Station

          Return to the Bay

          A travel blog entry by atimetowander on Sep 08, 2015

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          Very busy time. Serina arrived first, and stayed with Laura and Arjun. Ate yummy Russian food and got an electric guitar performance by Arjun. Then Serina picked up Zach the next day, and we ran a lot of errands to get ready for Burning Man. ...

          You can call me Champagne

          A travel blog entry by niknak21 on Aug 20, 2015

          6 photos

          ... bus driver played some music. Funnily enough, she played San Francisco by Scott Mackenzie. You know the one? "If you're going to saaaan fraaaancisco..." So we cruised along taking in the sites to this, followed by 'sitting on the dock of the bay' by Otis Reading. It was glorious and definitely a memory that I'll relive every time I hear those songs now. When we returned to the wharf, we decided we would do the night tour bus today ...

          San Francisco

          A travel blog entry by joshsenior on Aug 03, 2015

          13 photos

          ... as to the outcome of the escape; whether they made it to freedom, or died. The reason for the thought relating to their deaths is based upon the currents running through the bay at the time they escaped. At the time, there was a heavy current flowing from the bay out to the ocean, which would have made it near impossible for the, to reach the shore, wash them out to see. We start our road trip to San Diego tomorrow in the Mustang - looking forward to a couple of days on the ...

          Fresno to San Francisco

          A travel blog entry by harleyrider2 on Jul 31, 2015

          8 photos

          ... br>
          In the end, I reached the hotel and no Sean. Fortunately, he had the name and the address so after a few minutes anxious wait and numerous tries at ringing him, he arrived after bending a couple of road rules. What a relief. Even the taxi driver was happy to go out on a search if I had needed him.

          The receptionist at the hotel was a waste of space and was more interested n my credit card for security although the room was fully paid, than helping ...

          Sitting by the dock of the bay...

          A travel blog entry by mthompson2015 on Jun 25, 2015

          33 photos

          ... rickshaw along the front). A busy first day in San Fran. Our second day took us to Alcatraz. What an interesting history. Not the most pleasing on the eye, but the gardens and wildlife were an added bonus to finding out about life in the Rock. Our final day coincided with San Francisco Pride, so the City had an extra 1.2 million visitors and some colourful costumes. Much of our day was spent seeing Golden Gate (two very different experiences in two hours!), seeing the Giant Redwoods ...