Vineyard Inn Hotel

23000 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, California, 95476, United States | 3 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Sonoma

Expressing My Gratitude

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed

5

... of the flexibility I had of working from home, I lived in Brooklyn, NY for a month, San Diego for another month, and Honolulu for a few weeks towards the end of 2012. I officially (re)planted my flag in San Francisco in 2013 and have truly enjoyed calling it my home - particularly since moving to a new neighbourhood known as Alamo Square just 6 months ago.

I'm sure most of you perceive me to live a rather ...

Premier contact / First contact

A travel blog entry by brazwhazz

3

... de la seule manière possible : en faisant un tour de « cable car » (véhicule à traction par câble, en bon français). C’est très amusant de se tenir après un poteau en dehors du véhicule, mais il faut prendre garde aux dangers… comme les passagers qui se tiennent après un poteau en dehors des véhicules venant à contre-sens.

Thomas a tellement aimé sa promenade que nous l’avons amené au Cable Car Museum, où il a pu voir les mécanismes ...

Day 121 - Heading to San Francisco

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!
9

... was fine, it's a big main very public street, there are sketchy people but it's more light an open, getting into 6th street and walking down was a little more scary at night, although nothing threatening happened it was still pretty crazy. Americans say Mexico is dangerous and scary but I don't feel half as bad walking the streets of Mexico City than I do in the cities of America. We kept our heads down walked fast and had no problems so we made it back to our hostel safe and went to ...

The only place best visited in the fall

A travel blog entry by shealy

6

We headed over the bridge and into San Fran proper. The weather was some of the best we'd had (hilariously SF was the only place we were expecting to be cold) and we attempted to navigate the streets (success) and parking (fail - a ticket for 'parking facing the wrong direction', come on!), had the biggest pizza I've ever seen, ascended the Coit Tower, took a city tour and drive through the parks. Wanted to go to Alcatraz (2:1 to the shutdown) but made ...

Visit with the Lewis'

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

15

... to Napa Valley tomorrow and asked for some suggestions on wineries to visit, and they said Whoa! Napa was like a 4-letter word to them (kidding). Sonoma vineyards are much better! We didn't even know that there was a Sonoma Valley wine industry - see the things we are learning! They shared some of their favorite wine with us, and 3 bottles later, we left for home after having a great time with them and promising to come back real ...

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Location

This 3 star inn, located on 23000 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, is near Gundlach Bundschu Winery, Viansa Winery and Italian Marketplace, Sonoma Train Town, and Schug Carneros Estate Winery.
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