Embassy Suites Hotel San Rafael - Marin County / Conference Center

101 McInnis Parkway, San Rafael, Marin County, California, 94903, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 101 McInnis Parkway, San Rafael, is near Marin County Farmers' Market--San Rafael, Highway One, Mission San Rafael Arcangel, and California Historical Society.
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    Travel Blogs from San Rafael

    For whom the bridge tolls?

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 26, 2014

    1 comment, 59 photos

    ... next winery was very different. Owned and run by an Italian family since its inception, they welcomed people to picnic in the grouns, whether they were customers or not. It being Memorial Day, everyone was there, sprawled out on the grass, with their picnics. The cellars here were huge, with the massive barrels on each side and lit by some wonderful chandeliers. To reach the tasting room, we had to walk through the deli. Oh my. It was bursting with ...

    Exploring the city through my stomach

    A travel blog entry by prawn0 on May 08, 2014

    10 photos

    ... now it has the largest collection of Italian novels in the city which only just fill two shelves on a bookcase. Quite sad really. More importantly though we were there for a cannoli, with a slight twist to the original. These ones had orange zest and choc chips, they were to die for. This was the end of the food tour so I said my goodbyes and wandered the city for a bit by myself before meeting up with some of our group. I found them on fisherman's wharf where they ...

    I Left My Sun Block in San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Mar 30, 2014

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... a gorgeous wide palm tree-lined pedestrian boulevard that reconnected a significant part of San Francisco's historic waterfront with the rest of the city.

    In 2002, the Ferry Building underwent an extensive restoration and renovation and the ground floor now houses a marketplace of lovely restaurants, coffee bars and food-focused shops. On Saturdays, there's an ...

    Trail Riding on a New Pony

    A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Mar 24, 2014

    4 comments, 24 photos

    There they were poking up through the grass on the slope beside the trail - stubby purple iris. I figured they must be a spring blooming California native and they are. Douglas Iris is a common wildflower of the coastal grasslands of Northern and Central California and southern Oregon. The Douglas Iris was first described by 19th century botanist David Douglas ...

    O Oysters,' said the Carpenter....

    A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Mar 23, 2014

    3 comments, 39 photos

    ... and the hills look green and lush due to recent heavy rain, it wasn't enough to make a real difference. We drove past the Nicasio reservoir, one of the main reservoirs for this area, you could see how low the water level is. This has been the third warmest and driest winter in history. Drought is expected to persist or intensify in California, Nevada, most of interior Oregon and Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, southeast Colorado, western Oklahoma, and most of west Texas ...