How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Adult pool
- Concierge desk
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Highlands Resort Guerneville
Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... t find the words.”
Not so much, Victor Hugo. Hugo had no trouble finding words. Words, words, and more words. The poor ******* must have suffered from chronic, if not disabling, writer’s cramp. At his home near the Place des Vosges, Hugo crafted . . . and I use the term “crafted” with a hint of sarcasm. . . a generous 823 word sentence and buried it deep in Les Miserables. Hugo's syntactical answer to ...
... It's right by the beautiful Russian River. Guerneville has had a small but thriving gay community since the early 70's. Surprised I'd only heard of it recently. Hotel was really nice, rooms were more like cabins and very comfortable. Big pool and 2 bars woohoo! Had a walk into town, well it's just a few blocks off a Main Street with only two sets of traffic lights at either end. I suppose quaint is the best way to describe it. Felt very ...
... every day but sometimes a special night makes you appreciate it that much more.
The following morning Husb whipped up some breakfast burritos and we did a bit of reorganizing as the Scamp and car were not in traveling mode quite yet. We had thrown everything in miscellaneous places in Truckee and then again in San Francisco. If you know me, you know that can only last so long as I like everything in its place! After we cleaned up, ...
... Banks rose she's been wanting for her garden. I have seen it in many gardens around here and think I will have to get one too. It has small flowers, is evergreen and thornless, and incredibly vigorous - just envelops fences and other structures in a cloud of yellow.
We then headed into the sweet little town of Petaluma where amazingly you can park for free all day in a ...
... It’s a tiny shower and a tiny video screen, but they get the job done! Perhaps a bit of dark chocolate with the vino, Yeah … life is good!
Monday, Day 3 of the trip:
Yesterday we lucked out and the skies cleared long enough for us to get some drywall. Yahoo! We were quite a sight: a little red Miata, towing an 8-foot trailer, carrying 12-foot drywall. We made a second trip for the 8 footers, and just as we got it all safe it ...