The Robin's Nest

Address: 247 W Saint Charles St, San Andreas, California, 95249-1090, United States | Hotel
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


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          Travel Blogs from San Andreas

          The wettest ride so far

          A travel blog entry by misu5321 on Oct 01, 2015

          ... road I have been on to date. The grade is 24% and no vehicles over 30 feet or anything being towed is warned to stay off.

          It was chilly and damp and we thought no big deal.....As soon as we crested the top all hell broke loose. It rained so hard we got completely soaked and frozen. It got so bad my boots were soaked, the clothes in the duffle bag were wet too. We had trouble seeing because ...

          Drive to the mountains

          A travel blog entry by haddons on May 11, 2015

          15 photos

          We left Palo Alto by 10am and drive to Stockton. We really liked the Palo Alto house and it's a shame to have had just a few days there are There was more to do there than we'd expected. There was no particular reason to go to Stockton apart from it bring approx half way and there being the last Trader Joe supermarket store before our destination. We stocked up ...

          Got wood...

          A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 25, 2014

          7 photos

          ... the world… the trunk of this behemoth is still on the forest floor - some 200 years after it fell. but the future looks good for the giants- after a fire in the early 1900's a huge area was left clear and about twenty babies are to be seen. They are still toddlers in Redwood terms, being only about ten foot across at the base!
          after our giant trees comes more gigantic scenery as we are off to Yosemite…watch this space.


          Yosemite National Park

          A travel blog entry by jet3040 on Apr 24, 2013

          14 photos

          ... the Sequoia trees. They were huge. Then we drove back on the same road and saw all the different rock and cliff formations. We saw El Capitan, and Half Dome, and several waterfalls. There were several tunnels we went through also. It was beautiful weather. Tomorrow we are heading to San ...

          Yosemite Sam

          A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 31, 2012

          10 photos

          ... a rock eating and these two fatties calling themselves squirrels came mooching over for some food (for Gemma and Shellie's benefit, I named them Thomas and Agatha) but we were good citizens and didn't feed them. We sat for about 15 minutes and then Angeline and Taryn came up on the falls. We chatted with them for a bit to find out what the others were doing; apparently Graeme had convinced four of the others not to do the longer hike, as they'd never hiked before and didn't ...