Shenandoah Inn

17674 Village Drive, Plymouth, California, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Plymouth

Gold Rush

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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... town of San Andreas, which is famous for the fault line where two tectonic plates meet and causes a lot of the earthquakes. The line was not visible from ground level in San Andreas, so we opted not to go there. There were a few other towns we stopped by for a short time, but they didn't exactly have an old town center. They just had a strip of old shops. Those towns were called Fair Oaks, Roseville and Elk ...

We came to California to be warm

A travel blog entry by keshiak

1

... can camp and be warm because you're IN Cali .. you'll still be cold, so bring a jacket.
Quiet time at camp was until 8 am, but Curtis and I began packing up around 7:30 and hit the road by 8 in search of a caffeine goddess, aka - starbucks. Now we sit, warm beverages in hand, sunshine at our back, in Fort Bragg and ready to make the short drive down to San Fran! Adios amigos - until tomorrow !
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Days 253 - 257: Livin' the American Dream

A travel blog entry by djmorton

2
94

... noise can be as high as 120 decibels!"

After a weekend of drinking we felt like we had already been run over by a truck so eating at California's In N Out burger joint could only improve things. Right? In N Out prides themselves on only fresh, not frozen produce yet these meals are far from a healthy eat. With a queue out the door, they're mighty popular. Another quirk to this joint is their potato chopper where the potato is manually pushed through blades spitting out ...

Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips

7

We left Steamboat Springs early in the morning and headed toward Heber City on US40. We stopped at Dinosaur National Monument in Utah for a look see. They have a building that covers the side of a hill with all kinds of dinosaur fossil bones sticking out. It said that they removed over 300 fossils before they stopped removing them and just excavated around ...

Cruising the Pacific Highway....

A travel blog entry by corinneandsam

1
15

... much to the chagrin of the suntanned locals). We took a stroll on the iconic boardwalk and a trip on the big dipper - which Sam did not enjoy one bit! The locals of all ages were stretched out on the beach, chilling out in the sun together and enjoying the fragrant air or playing volleyball at the nets - it was a pretty idyllic sight to us.

Having been very pleasantly surprised with the friendliness of Californians we were not disappointed when we arrived ...

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Location

This inn, located on 17674 Village Drive, Plymouth, is near Karly, Montevina Wines, Tanis Vineyards, and Domaine de la Terre Rouge/Easton.
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