Berkeley Inn

Address: 1720 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, California, 94702-1336, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1720 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, is near Fourth Street, Shattuck Avenue, Robert Lowie Museum of Anthropology, and Dansk.
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        Lake Tahoe to Berkeley

        A travel blog entry by ingridswing on Sep 18, 2015

        9 photos

        ... in the Icelandic Sea). Lis had a pair of socks with red and blue Fender Stratocasters on it as a gift for Mark. When Kevin returned all items were signed, we were very happy. Mark said about the socks that he would weer them next morning at breakfast ;-) Time for a beer! So we went to a restaurant where we met Jordan and about 8 friends of him. So alltogether we had a party of about 15 people having drinks and food. Then it was ...

        Day 63-Hippie, Scientist, Artist - In 21,000 Steps

        A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jul 25, 2015

        1 comment, 69 photos

        ... still looked pretty wild, with smoke shops, record stores, Tibetan gift shops, vintage clothing, and Grateful-Dead stuff. It wasn't really as touristy as I expected. Most of the shops were really for the use of the locals, with only a few of the t-shirt and Grateful-Dead shops for the tourists. Of course we had to stop at the famous Ben & Jerry's at the corner of Haight and Ashbury to take a picture. They even lowered the ...

        There and back again...a New Zealand tale.

        A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Jul 21, 2015

        ... spot here. The water was as soothing as a hot bath, the river bed was lined with soft stones which felt nice beneath your feet and best of all there was a mini waterfall for a natural back massage. All mornings should begin this way! It was heavenly. No trip to New Zealand is complete without a trip to Hobbiton (unless you loathe sneaky hobbitses as much as Gollum). It's expensive and touristy, two things we generally avoid, but it was totally worth it. Walking around Hobbiton as ...

        A rocky relationship between man and gps

        A travel blog entry by leroy.turnbull on May 22, 2015

        11 photos

        ... tolls which the golden gate bridge has if you are entering san Francisco, at this discovery I reluctantly let her back into my life with a click of the "turn on" button and removed the feature to avoid tolls.

        The detour the gps gave me really put the pressure on the low fuel situation so as I came to the last exit before the bridge I decided to take it as traffic ...

        Chicago, IL: Day 2

        A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Feb 25, 2015

        22 photos

        Our room at the 'Red Roof Hotel' - a budget type hotel - was actually quite nice; it had a big king size bed, clean linens and nice soft pillows (which mum and dad hate but there was more than 2 each this time, so they were tolerable for them). The hotel was a nice change from our other budget accommodation, which truly was budget despite the same costs. When we first arrived the day before, the heating was set so high that we nearly died, so we had to turn ...