Stinson Beach Motel

Address: 3416 Shoreline Hwy # 1, Stinson Beach, California, 94970, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3416 Shoreline Hwy # 1, Stinson Beach, is near Mount Tamalpais State Park, Alamere Falls, Bolinas Beach, and Five Brooks Stables.
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        Travel Blogs from Stinson Beach

        Day Eleven

        A travel blog entry by peakay on Aug 19, 2015

        ... shoppe!!, only in America!! Then went & had lunch at a nice wee Italian place by the sea where we meet Les & Debbie & Chris & Jane, had a wee natter to them then got the ferry back to Pier 41,wandered along Market Street, got some dinner at a food hall, nice salad, the had an ice cream walked back home & crashed around 9.30. Home tomorrow ...

        San Francisco - Day 2 Alcatraz

        A travel blog entry by gillb1954 on Jul 28, 2015

        9 photos

        ... started with a short introductory talk from a guide and then you made your own way around. It was an excellent trip with a self guided audio tour of the main cell block. The explanations were fascinating using voices of previous prisoners and guards. It eventually closed down in the 1960`s as it became too expensive to run. In the book shop one of the ex. inmates from many years ago was signing copies of his book about his time ...

        Full Throttle First Day!

        A travel blog entry by laurabethhigh on Jun 20, 2015

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... all aching, too! Chad really took one for the team biking sis the entire way. Her little legs were peddling, and Chad kept telling her he couldn't have done it without her! ;) ha! When we got back to San Francisco, we were all starving and about to wilt away. It was almost 2:00 PST! We docked at the Ferry Building and wandered around trying to decide where to eat from all the multitude of choices. It was like a Farmer's Market with all sorts of choices of organic/foodie type ...

        Riding the Rails

        A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 30, 2015

        13 photos

        ... and balance. To start and stop the movement of the car, the gripman closes and opens the grip around the cable, with the grip's jaws exerting a pressure of up to 30,000 psi on the cable.

        There are no seatbelts and many people ride by simply hanging off the car, and the gripman on our car had to constantly yell out at people to stand correctly. One passenger asked him if anyone had ever fallen off, and he said yes, many, many times. In fact only a week ago someone with ...

        Alcatraz and The Dungeon

        A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Jan 08, 2015

        11 photos

        ... place they sent all the unruly ones that couldn't be anywhere else. In the cell blocks it was silent because everyone was plugged into their audio tour device. For the few moments we had our earphones off Will and I both commented on it. We saw and heard about some of the prisoners in particular how crazy Al Capone was towards the end. We saw the most sought after location of cells ...