Rosemary Cottages

Address: 75 Balboa Avenue, Inverness, California, 94937-0619, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 75 Balboa Avenue, Inverness, is near Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes Hiking Trails, Heart's Desire Beach, and Mount Vision Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Inverness

    Golden Gate Park

    A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 30, 2015

    Helen has come down with a throat infection today with a head cold so is staying out of the wind. She spent the day contacting possible exchangers in the Napa valley area for the last week of our stay. We thought that we only had a few days unaccounted for but in closer inspection of the schedule discovered that we have 6 nights to cover. Chris & Nia enjoyed a day at the Golden Gate Park. The weather suddenly became very hot so the visit to the hot house in the garden was a ...

    Day Twenty Two San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by thetravelling2 on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... though we hit a lot of traffic! The hotel doesn't have its own parking and so we had to pull over and I had to nip out and go and ask where we should park! They sent us down the road with 'discounted prices' - Yeh so we got shafted on that one - apparently for the first time ever, we count as an 'oversized vehicle' so it's DOUBLE the normal rate. We then Had to lug our luggage up the hill to the hotel, where the reception was ...

    Day 3: Follow the Hippie Trail

    A travel blog entry by dickd on Feb 15, 2015

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    ... Strangely for a famous alternative area there was not much in the way of vegetarian restuarents, and when we asked people it turned out that most were visitors themselves and did not know any more then we did. Eventually went to a whole-food supermarket and obtained some good bread and meal from the a salad bar. We were quite amazed at the cost of sandwiches which were predominantly $8-10 for not ...

    Beginning my exploration of San Francisco ...

    A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Nov 03, 2014

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    ... engraving, featured a Roman ruin reflected in a pool. According to Maybeck, this ruin existed not for its own sake but to show “the mortality of grandeur and the vanity of human wishes.” Like other features of the fair, the Palace was intended as ephemeral; at the close of the exposition, it would come down.On opening day, February 20, 1915, 255,149 people walked through the entry gates to experience the first world event of the 20th century. By the ...

    ... and it's goodbye from them, goodbye!

    A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 28, 2014

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... them with great friends.

    At the risk of this sounding like an awards ceremony acceptance speech, we would also like to thank those who have shown us generous and kind hospitality: Amanda, Brian and family at the Rankin Ranch; Rob and Ted at Rob's Rocking Horse Inn; Janet at Angel Band Farm, and Gordon and Linda at Oft's B&B. Thanks too, to all who followed our travels on this blog, particularly those who ...