Point Reyes Station Inn

Address: 11591 Highway One, Point Reyes Station, California, 94956, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 11591 Highway One, Point Reyes Station, is near Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes Hiking Trails, Heart's Desire Beach, and Mount Vision Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Point Reyes Station

    Days 20 & 21 - San Fran

    A travel blog entry by alanasav82 on Jun 20, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... that, too bad she's on a plane to the U.S. Anyway long story short, I've sorted it but it's cost me a fortune. Tomorrow night I will be in McKinleyville not Medford, for those of you playing at home. Anywho back to SF. Today I set out on foot and I definitely got a much better feel for the city. I headed to the Mission District and walked there via Market St. Just FYI, SF has soooooo many homeless people it's not funny, and not just homeless ...

    The Streets of San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by sirencall183 on May 18, 2015

    7 photos

    ... experience the slow descent.


































    The police cars we saw around San Fran had certainly seen better days, the SFPD looks a bit down on their luck

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    Bubbles!!

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Mar 29, 2015

    25 photos

    ... Ashbury's elaborately detailed, 19th century multi-story wooden houses became a haven for hippies during the 1960s, due to the availability of cheap rooms and vacant properties for rent or sale in the district; property values had dropped in part because of the proposed freeway, which was protested heavily and thus never actually built. The bohemian subculture that subsequently flourished there took root, and to quite some extent remains to this day.

    In the 1960s ...

    Union Square, China Town, Ferry Markets,

    A travel blog entry by canadainmay on Jan 03, 2015

    ... catch the cable car back to where we started. On the way home we drove down Lombard Street, which is apparently the crookedest Street in the World. It is a pure zig zag pattern. Drove past the "painted Ladies"' which is about 5 or 6 houses all in a row that are exactly the same except painted different colours. They look really nice. Unfortunately can't upload any photos as somehow the camera wiped them all out! Then we took the kids to a playground at Golden Gate Park. ...

    Now for San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by maddeng on Oct 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... t look too far. Well, at work we have this thing called a "moron-o-meter", using the units of "stoopids" as a scale of measurement. Well this statement would have set an all-time high on this meter. Lets just say that the locals have this saying that San Francisco has hills that you can lean against - I now know what they mean!!!!!! It was a loooooooong walk, but I made it, without any local paramedics needing to be ...