The Wharf Master's Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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San Francisco to Point Arena
133 Miles, 4:00 hours ride time
Our day began with an 8:00 am breakfast at the hotel. Then a 10 minute walk down to Pier 33 for our 9:10 departure to Alcatraz. We left the pier on time and headed to "The Rock" on a nice boat suitable for the temperamental seas. It was a surprisingly short 12 …
... is really the hippie capital.....just sayin...
So on to Legget where we caught highway 1 to the coast. Beautiful drive, but not for the faint of heart or people who get car sick. We were told there are 489 turns that are done in the 1 hour drive.
Emerged to the coast with spectacular views, but still some curvy roads. Happened upon a winery, so of course we had to stop. The most fantastic views of the ocean and good wines as well. ...
The Point Arena Lighthouse is especially beautiful at sunset.
The Mendocino Botanical Gardens in Fort Bragg is ...
... feelings inside my heart as I rode slowly up the lighthouse road. The thought of couples beginning their shared lives together permeated my heart. I wondered about my own mother and father as they took their vows. I have never seen any photographs of that day.
Robyn gave me insight into my dad’s life. He and his father were hurt and emotionally crippled by the death of my father’s mother. It ...
... it wouldn't be the first time I've been pebble-dashed. But when I pulled out my little vanity mirror (as starred in the flat changing incidedt) I could see where the little "bee" had grazed my eye. Okay. Big OWIE but i carried on. By the time I got to Garborville about 5 miles on, my sunglasses were sitting wonky on my face and my eyelid was stuck to the glass. The faces of the people behind the pharmacy counter in Walmart ...