Swiss Hotel

18 W. Spain Street , Sonoma, California, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 W. Spain Street , Sonoma, is near Sonoma Plaza, Cline Cellars, Cornerstone Festival of Gardens, and The Olive Press.
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    Travel Blogs from Sonoma

    Cycling the Golden Gate Bridge

    A travel blog entry by chapmanomalley on Jul 31, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... point on the bridge, the walking tourists disappeared and the bridge was slightly downhill allowing an easy ride to the other side. The bridge itself was fantastic and a truly spectacular piece of engineering. Once over, I headed down the hill towards Sausalito. I’d already been briefly with Chris so decided to jump back on the boat straight away to the city so I could get the boat back to Belvedere okay. Once in the giant queue onto the ...

    Petaluma and Sonoma California

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jul 10, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... Aragon was calling, so we needed to leave. We’ve decided that the GPS likes to direct us to scenic routes, where this time, we saw some beautiful old homes with incredible landscaping. We’re thinking that people have torn up their grass and planted more xeriscape plants because there were few houses with green grass.

    We arrived back at the motor home and our bed was calling us for a nap. Another fun Steinle sightseeing ...


    A travel blog entry by nicky7a on Aug 26, 2012

    8 comments, 2 photos

    ... do girls play softball where you all are? we all played in school so once we figured out 'bottom of the third' we had it all down pat...unfortunately it was SO OMG COLD we couldn't stay very long, so we got our obligatory grotty stadium food and legged it (if garlic fries ever sound like a good idea to you, you'd be wrong) the highlight for me so far has definitely been a trip to Muir Woods and Sausalito...the woods have 2000 year old redwood ...

    Sonoma wine then?

    A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Aug 11, 2012

    ... against the Mexican rulers, namely General Vallejo, whose history is important to the town. The American immigrants came into California to make money, and repaid their hosts' hospitality by rebelling against the Mexican rulers, setting set up the California Republic. General Vallejo switched sides and became a respectable American, giving away much of his land and being a patron to those living within the state.

    We took a picnic to Sonoma and lunched ...

    Continuing the Adventure Back Home

    A travel blog entry by casey_matt on Sep 18, 2011

    ... into bicycle advocates, as this event is less about pushing our personal limits and more about supporting organizations that are pushing for sustainability through bicycles, renewable energy, and climate science education. But don't get me wrong, the century ride (100 miles) on day four will be a new record for us all the same!

    So with the fundraising deadline a mere three weeks after our return home, our energy ...