The Vine Hill Inn

3949 Vine Hill Road, Sebastopol, California, 95472, United States | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on 3949 Vine Hill Road, Sebastopol, is near Iron Horse Vineyards, Hanna Winery, Marimar Torres Winery, and Topolos At Russian River Vineyards.
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    Travel Blogs from Sebastopol

    Finally! The Ocean!

    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 01, 2013

    14 photos

    ... nearly ran off the road! It was beautiful and such a blessing to see it.

    Construction between the I-5 and Sebastopol (a town in Sonoma County – it’s where the hotel is) added an hour to my trip. That’s where the crankypants came on. I should have enjoyed the scenery: windy mountain roads rising through the "golden" (brown) hills. However, with the lane closures the traffic was ...

    Tofu County

    A travel blog entry by orcatree on Dec 27, 2012

    ... cry from the foggy cool of San Francisco, a short 101 hop away. When travelling north from SF, by the time you get to Novato or so, the weather is so radically different from the Bay Area, it seems you've travelled much farther than you have. You can watch the thermometer climb as you travel norte. No, its not your imagination.

    Towns held together by an invisible spider web seem far removed from each other. Thru the area's beautiful forests its easy to miss the ...

    Twelve days and counting...

    A travel blog entry by lithobolia on Dec 02, 2011

    1 comment

    Things are creeping up on me fast! While I have been thinking about becoming an au pair since August, it was only recently that things solidified with the family and I finally really knew where I was going. So now I'm making the final preparations to join my host family, which includes two little boys, four and seven, and a big dog named Hugo.

    I gave my notice at work (which was harder than I thought it would ...

    An amusing tale of unfortunate events

    A travel blog entry by racie23 on Jun 22, 2011

    ... bike with a large scratch on my inner thigh...but we did not give up.

    The second tow attempt we started off slow and he towed me a good 20 feet, we even made it round a turn in the road before I sailed down the coming hill on my chainless bike. from there it was a walking trip but hey at least we tried, we didn't scale a mountainside this time but it was definitely still an adventure. Not the biking trip we ...

    Fitting and Falling

    A travel blog entry by casey_matt on May 21, 2011

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... slowing, slowing, teeter, teeter, slo-mo topple over, contact with asphalt, "Me? I'm doing good. Oh, I'm bleeding, gotta go." We did eventually make it out of our neighborhood for a ride around the Headlands without further incident.

    The only thing left for us to attempt was a fully-loaded overnight ride. Unfortunately, we were still awaiting an order of Ortlieb panniers to arrive and unbelieveably still had a few items of gear to buy. So ...