Rio Inn

Address: 4444 Wood Road, Guerneville, California, 95446, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Guerneville

Being Human in the redwoods.

A travel blog entry by mememe on Aug 28, 2014

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... The whole town is surrounded by giant Redwood trees. Walked by a bar called The Rainbow Cattle Co. Well I had to pop in! Really nice old style American bar with a huge train set that runs around the top of the glass holder. People seemed friendly, and the bartender (Bob) was a proper gent. After some food and a disco nap, went for a drink in the hotel bar. Met a few locals and got a bit squiffy. Also met the resident drag queen, Tora Hymen. What a ...

Three Years and Counting

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 18, 2014

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... in search of a winery - not hard to find in the area. We took a beautiful scenic drive a few miles up the road and through vineyards before coming to Potter Creek Winery, the oldest family-owned winery in the Russian River Valley and the third smallest. It was all organic, with beautiful roses along the drive in and rolling hills of grapes surrounding. It was just as picturesque as you would imagine. The sun was shining, and one ...

Tomales

A travel blog entry by roberton on Apr 22, 2013

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... sand-dunes on boogie-boards.......? Probably not. It's been shamefully relaxing to do nothing in particular for a few days. The previous couple of months have involved a lot of unpacking, packing and moving-on, so it's been a welcome relief to stay put and re-charge batteries. The weather has been ridiculously perfect......a little sea-mist first thing then warm sunshine. Domestically, we've enjoyed novelties like the wood-fired pizza ...

Having a whale of a time

A travel blog entry by sanjose222 on Jul 17, 2012

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... back into the car and drove up the Sonoma Coast. The highway hugged the coast and the beaches seemed wiild and inaccessible to me, but there were people who had made their way down the cliffs to walk along the water or to surf.
One area had a large lagoon with a group of sea lions sleeping Even though it seemed like everything was gray, I took pictures, hoping to capture even a fraction of the sights we ...

I left my heart in San Francisco...

A travel blog entry by frantznoel on May 31, 2011

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... place in the bike history as it is where mountain biking was invented in the 1970s. The rest of the afternoon was spent biking through fields and forests and I arrived in the early evening in Petaluma where I set camp at a KOA campground. It was expensive yet there was a jacuzzi where I could soak and relax my muscles. In the evening, I chatted with some nice French guys working as tour guides in the ...

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