The Inn At Mavericks

Address: 346 Princeton Ave., Half Moon Bay, California, 94019, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 346 Princeton Ave., Half Moon Bay, is near Half Moon Bay State Beach, Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, Mavericks, and Sea Horse Ranch & Friendly Acres.
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    Travel Blogs from Half Moon Bay

    How to Make Your Passport Travel-Ready

    A travel blog entry by alexscott on Jan 05, 2015

    ... are –

    • Verify your passport on the personal data page. You will find this on page 2, where it shows your photo, name, country, date of birth, place of birth, and gender. It also comes with your passport number and its issuance and expiration dates. When you go through this information, inspect them carefully to locate any errors. If you find there are vehement spellings ...

    First day is always about flying...

    A travel blog entry by ivyadriana on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... worn out. After boarding my flight to Seattle, buckling up my seat belt, I fell asleep immediately without knowing the flight had taken off. Next min when I opened my eyes, my flight was about to landing. I missed my free drink and sandwich, what a waste!

    Finally I arrived Seattle and luckily caught the shuttle to my hotel in time without waiting. Words can't describe enough how happy I was when I saw ...

    San Francisco (Sans Flowers in Hair)

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... sum, which was not my favorite but from what I understand was very good. We walked back into the heart of Chinatown after our snack and down a putrid smelling alleyway (this place was disgusting. I’m talking hard to breathe.) to a fortune cookie factory. The factory consisted of two machines churning out circular biscuits, which were then formed on old metal molds by two workers. One man was pushing the fortune cookies for sale at everyone, and I caved ...

    HOHO!

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... important tip from the bus driver - although there was a huge (may be 2 - 3 hours) queue for the cable car, go up a block and get on there. You'll get on without any trouble or queuing! A different guide in the afternoon mentioned the same tip, but added that they don't take a full load from the queue! We certainly had no trouble getting on. Once we got back, I couldn't find my spare battery, and the charger wasn't even out. I eventually found it in the bottom of ...

    Every Big Trip Starts with a Quick Stop!

    A travel blog entry by ggjlturner on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... each other and picked up where they left off like they always do. Of course being that close to the beach we had to take a walk and before the evening was over, I had to dry Jack & Lucas' clothes, TWICE. We went into Pacifica for dinner at a place with an incredible view and watched the waves crash and the sun set. Lucas and Jack got soaked for the second time in two hours when they stood at the edge of the restaurant ...