San Carlos Inn

Address: 1140 Morse Blvd., San Carlos, California, 94070, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1140 Morse Blvd., San Carlos, is near The Stanford Shopping Center, Filoli Center, Hiller Aviation Museum, and The San Mateo Japanese Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from San Carlos

    Time to take a Napa

    A travel blog entry by sprinklebabe on Oct 26, 2014

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    ... Apparently Australia is one of the only places in the world with the same types of grapes and conditions to make the exact blends of sparkling wine in the same manner as the French. Go figure! As the newest of newly-weds we seemed to be celebrated all day long, and received more attention at Chandon. The explanation of how they make sparkling wine was quite fascinating but far too involved to explain in one blog. Suffice to say, it's quite a ...

    San Francisco Day 26

    A travel blog entry by scurrington on Sep 20, 2014

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    The final day started about 6.30am, up and showered. We all did the final pack away of our tents and camping equipment. I think we all had feeling of sadness at this. In the van by 7.30am for the final leg of our journey across America. 5300 miles In the van never felt long or boring. We had several stops on the way to San Fran, Luke wanted to get some JD to take home, Emily had to pop to staples and we stopped at Trader Joes for cookie butter stock. Lunch was at ...

    The Grand Canyon

    A travel blog entry by mustang31 on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... our regulation safety guidelines and away we went. For 2014 the river has seen a great drought come into play. The lines apon the walls remind us all of how fragile this river system is and how dependant so many many people in many many states need the continual flow to provide water for both consumption and agriculture. This river system has quite a few hot springs entering it from various areas along the banks. These hot springs come directly from underneath the earth ...

    Busy days in San francisco

    A travel blog entry by robno1065 on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... if we can get in, clearly a popular choice.
    Sea lions were oblivious to the wind and just hang out on the old pontoons at Pier 39.
    Day 2
    Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary occupied a big slice of the day and was worth every cent. What a place, those inmates did it really tough there. We also have a whole new respect for the guys that escaped. But did they live or perish, ...

    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 ...