Breakers Inn

Address: 39300 S. Hwy 1, Gualala, California, 95445, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 39300 S. Hwy 1, Gualala, is near Gualala Point Regional Park, Bluff Top Trail, Gualala River, and Studio 391 Fine Art Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Gualala

      The End Is Coming Near!

      A travel blog entry by mcshea on Aug 06, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      With only two days left of the McShea Adventure you would think the boys would get a break on the route. You may recall yesterday had 5500 feet of climbing. They were anticipating an easier day riding but it wasn't to be.

      The ride yesterday had a number of long hills that added to the climbing total. Today, there were ...

      Night 17: Mendocino Coast

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 06, 2012

      22 photos

      ... thing in nature to be sure. Andrew and I named it "King of Trees" and marked it as such in the GPS.

      The Avenue ended not long after that and merged back with 101. Not far down the road from this, in Garberville was a store worth getting trapped by. The Bigfoot store was surrounded by award-winning work if the resident chainsaw artist. He made a Shrek, a whole slew of bears, a great little fairy tale treehouse, and most importantly, a large Bigfoot.

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      Day 34 - Van Damme State Park to Gualala

      A travel blog entry by pippatilbury on Jul 29, 2010

      ... bags to his bagels and had pushed over his bike. I was slightly comforted that we weren't dealing with bike thieves but then very scared as my food was in my tent and I didn't want the racoon to come looking for it! Antek scared off the beast and found the ranger who gave him a big box to store our stuff in and we went back to sleep, although every rustle of leaves had me on edge! When we woke the next morning the other cyclists said their food had also ...

      Gualala Will Do

      A travel blog entry by kgkacin on Dec 05, 2009

      38 photos

      ... in Bodega Bay for a coffee and a chat with the 17 year old coffee shop barrista. She has braces and really doesn't want to have them anymore. We talk about my experiences, the perils of flossing and how they just get kind of annoying overtime. She is a nice kid and has done some traveling of her own. She tells me about the nice people she met at the beach in Delaware a few summers ago. I somehow find this funny.

      I keep ...

      California dreamin

      A travel blog entry by spoonski on Jun 23, 2009

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... but I still had to wear my anorak and I thought I wouldn't need it till New Zealand. Saturday morning and it felt like aBandon - where was everyone - all in the Minute Cafe having breakfast so I thought I would join them. Service was bustling and everyone was eating apart from an old couple who sat along from me who were "Waiting for Edith" but unlike Godot she showed up - why were they waiting - well to do what people of the generation often do - to ...