Grand Hotel Bolinas

15 Brighton Ave, Bolinas, California, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 15 Brighton Ave, Bolinas, is near Mount Tamalpais State Park, Bolinas Beach, Agate Beach, and Alamere Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Bolinas

    Wednesday July 2nd San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jul 02, 2014

    16 photos

    ... encountered so interesting characters en route! The restaurant was reviewed as being a 'diamond in the rough'.
    The Americans love large - no super-large portions so the plates were full. Grits are not Simons thing ( see he doesn't eat everything) but the meals were nice.
    We got back onto the #47 Bus to go to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39. We had some tickets for an hour cruise ( courtesy of Jackie - thank you! ) of the harbour and we timed our arrival well as the ...

    Map24zebra

    A travel blog entry by sled63zebra on Jun 18, 2014

    ... in order to meet the highly varying requirements of a factory floor. Undoubtedly, every single one of even more, necessary important features reflect involved in the charges within the in general model, and consequently, the attentive analysis and model of a commercial Ethernet network system can not be emphasized sufficiently. Wilfried Voss often is the journalist of "A Comprehensible Help guide Business Ethernet," a label that they are released in December of ...

    Now is the moment I wish I was 'practical'

    A travel blog entry by kirstyscotter on Jun 05, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    ... the same shop because after forcefully shoving the batteries into it, it would no longer close. I left the shop hanging my head in shame as the polite but slightly confused shop assistant had just explained to me, that you do not open things from the bottom and that I had broken the hinge in doing so. Oh well you live and learn. However I am still making little progress with this bike comp- talk about a steep learning curve!
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    Getting used to it...

    A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Apr 10, 2014

    1 comment

    ... homeless, crazies, drunks and drug addicts. The locals seem to be pretty tolerant of them, however, leftover peave and love feelings perhaps of the liberal, carefree days of the 60's? It's kind of like Parkdale in Toronto but 10x more intense.

    I am leaving this fine city today, making my way east for the final push home...ahh..home..Chisa, family, friends, moomoo...Toronto in the spring time...woohoo! But first I have to content with the loneliest road in America...more on ...

    San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by steve874 on Jan 26, 2014

    18 photos

    ... in Starbucks, a caramel frap :-) Mmm! Mm! We had planned to have a good look round when back in San Francisco and get a ride up the hills on one of the trams, however when we got back to the coach the thing had broken down :-( After a load of faffing about and trying to get it started we had to join another coach party which luckily was still in the village and also luckily had spare seats to take all but 6 of our party who had to ...