Mountain Retreat Resort

Address: 936 Cypress Point Dr, Arnold, California, 95223, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 936 Cypress Point Dr, Arnold, is near Tennessee Valley, Marin County.
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    Travel Blogs from Arnold

    #4 - San Antonio Falls

    A travel blog entry by seangerk on Jan 25, 2015

    96 photos

    ... we finally stop, the view here is breathtaking as well! Sean points up to the overlook. We were just there! It seems much higher up from way down here. We grab some snacks and Sheba takes a quick nap. This is the best part...sitting here and taking in the view. Everything here seems so peaceful. It's so relaxing.

    We leave our packs in a safe spot and head down to the creek and the falls. The air here is very cool. We come across a fallen tree ...

    This year ends as we prepare for 2015

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Dec 31, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to the dollar. Because the dollar is stable, it is prized by Argentines and they are willing to pay more for it. There is an illegal, but open, market in dollars, called the "Blue Exchange," with fluctuating rates. The current blue rate is about 13.5 pesos to the dollar. That means using an ATM or credit card gives a tourist 50% fewer pesos than ...

    Got wood...

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... br> The next day we headed to Calaveras State park where they have some Giant Sequoias. I knew they were big but wow! these are some big feckin trees. I mean really big. Tall and huge. Massive and colossal even… they do make you feel insignificant especially when you consider that the really big ones can be up to 3000 years old. But there is a real sense of peace and timelessness when you are with them. It is easy to understand ...

    Yosemite Sam

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 31, 2012

    10 photos

    ... to do, and Graeme drove us into Yosemite park. He pulled over at Bridalveil Falls, which is a really famous waterfall in the park, as it looks, as the name suggests, like a bride's veil. Graeme explained that they haven't had much rainfall in the area, which is why it wasn't as full as it normally is, but it was still pretty impressive. We continued on further into the park, and stopped again at a place called Tunnel Mountain Vista, which was just spectacular...we had ...

    Day 5 - Into the Black Chasm and an Old Cannon

    A travel blog entry by gamiclea on Sep 02, 2011

    35 photos

    ... crystalline dragons, are the result of water pressure pushing against the seams of the rocks in the cavern. Very cool looking!!

    Well...eventually our kids had enough and we ended up just trekking up the stair ways, despite the fact that our guide was still mechanically dishing out monotonous bursts of trivia and what not to the rest of our party. The boys did fine ascending the stairs and we all exchanged figh-fives ...