San Mateo County Memorial Park Campground

Address: 9500 Pescadero Creek Road, Loma Mar, California, 94021 , United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9500 Pescadero Creek Road, Loma Mar, is near Pebble Beach, Thomas Fogarty Winery, Arcangeli Grocery Company, and Huddart Park/Skyline Loop.
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    Travel Blogs from Loma Mar

    2 months of no furniture but lots of fun...

    A travel blog entry by gibsonsusa on May 28, 2015

    3 comments, 93 photos

    ... from being the oldest in the class to the youngest in her class. We were a bit worried how this would effect her. But after a meeting with the principal she appears to be holding her own so we've decided to leave her there. Rowan has been effectively been put back a year as he has to start Kindergarten in August. Due to changes in legislation made by Arnie Schwarzenegger. Yep the Terminator himself has changed the fate of Californian children in deciding that they need to ...

    Day 5 - San Francisco - Alcatraz - Las Vegas

    A travel blog entry by smartattack on Mar 16, 2015

    8 photos

    It was lovely to get up and out early today. Headed to Pier 33 for our ferry to Alcatraz and enjoyed a brisk early morning cruise across the bay to the island. The tour of Alcatraz doesn't take long but is fantastic; what a place and the stories of the prisoners and guards were incredibly interesting. A place of fantasy where the prisoners were told the island was surrounded by circling sharks in the bay so any attempt to ...

    Back in the saddle

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Nov 10, 2014

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... but not good enough to avoid a nighttime finish and we had to endure probably the toughest one mile of the tour so far as we headed up a steep, wooded and shoulderless hill with the commuter traffic flying home for Veteran's Day, which is a public holiday. The hill ended with a tunnel, which being well lit turned out to be a godsend rather than adding to our misery and soon after, we had arrived at Montara and the Lighthouse Hostel. It felt like we'd never been off the ...

    Night 22: Golden Gate

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 14, 2014

    1 photo

    ... and over the mountains was full of hairpin twists and turns. The first half of the trip was through a redwood forest and the second was through a mix of small farms, vineyards, and ranches. The Grange was in full force here physically and on the radio. As we got closer to 101, the temp soared to the upper 90's, topping out at an amazing 104 degrees. We had to cool the engine on some of the uphill mountain miles by throwing on the heater. Driving 101 through ...

    My day of Birth

    A travel blog entry by marcher1234 on Apr 11, 2014

    5 photos

    I quite enjoyed having a two day birthday. On the Thursday all the Facebook messages started as it was my NZ / Australia birthday. So I took this to mean that my birthday had officially started & that I got birthday girl special treatment. "Your turn to drive"........."Nah it's my birthday". "I cooked so you can do dishes"........"But it's my birthday". This went on for two days, ...