Berkeley Inn

Address: 1720 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, California, 94702 , 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 Juicy News.
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      Berkeley & Martinez

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Oct 03, 2014

      4 photos

      ... I heard someone say this was the oldest clock tower in California, but I do not know if that is true. It was a very high clock tower tho. It must have been 80 feet or so and since it is at the top of a hill, it really sticks out.

      The second stop was a 45 minute drive from here. That stop was in Martinez. Our only point of coming to Martinez was to see John Muir House. Mt Rainier basecamp is near ...

      The only way is up... and down... and up again

      A travel blog entry by swandawg on Sep 09, 2014

      3 comments, 138 photos

      ... I thought I would sit in the window so I could watch people in the street as they went past but that was a bit of an error - tacos are messy and I looked a right old state. Anyway, I finished up and wandered back to the hostel. I was really tired and thought I would just grab a shower and get some sleep. Walking through the city as it was getting dark was pretty daunting and I'm not really easily intimidated. I had a huge culture shock... there were homeless and crazy people ...

      Wine, scenery and gorgeousness!

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 10, 2014

      ... this road, for so many pilgrims of the modern world, is the destination itself. It stretches all along the California coast, right down to the southern states. On this particular stretch of road, steep ravines plunge down to one side, while the mountain rears up in the other. There is no barrier, so we were all watching the drop with a slight unease. However, our driver managed to deposit us safely in one piece to Muir Woods, the location for the tallest and ...

      Sunday 15th June to Alcatraz !

      A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jun 16, 2014

      5 photos

      We caught the bus a bit early so we had a walk from the far end of the piers to meet Aya, Chris and girls at Pier 39. We had a coffee while we waited, and watched the passing parade of people - all very interesting and entertaining. A beautiful day and after the kids arrived we went to the Boudin bakery and I had the Clam Chowder in the cob bread and it was yummy. John had toasted ham and cheese sandwich, and we all enjoyed our lunch together. We headed off then to the ferry ...

      How to meet a gorgeous Park Ranger/policeman

      A travel blog entry by donnae on Apr 27, 2014

      Well basically, you cruise thru a National Park, taking in the sights instead of your speedometer. Then when you get pulled over, you flutter the eyelashes, use your best Naomi Watts innocent voice, tell the funniest Paul Hogan joke, and Bob's your uncle. No fine, no problem. Good one ...