Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... around the grounds, and then proceeded to dinner.
The Applewood Inn was in the middle of no where in the town of Guerneville. I would have never discovered this place, but luckily TravelZoo had an offer for a 3 course meal, with wine, for $79. It wasn't until after I purchased the deal that I discovered it was a "Michelin" rated restaurant. Wow!
... pink handle tassels and a horn. The broom even has after-burner burns. Ha! It will hang on my deck once I am established here: just so folks are clear about the type of old gal that resides in the pink trailer.
Today is out last day up here and we got the drywall in the bedroom and part of the hallway finished. Next trip will be the living room and kitchen. Oh my gawd, it is starting to look like a house, not just a frame! Amazing. So now we are ...
... an old white building that used to be a Masonic temple. Atop the steeple was not the usual cross or Puritan weathervane. Mendocino's biggest tower was topped with a life size wooden carving of a little girl playing with a seagull while Father Time undid her braids. He was lurking behind her like the pedophile that he is. It seems time is running out for her. This steeple ranks right up there with the huge golden hand pointing to heaven in Port Gibson, MS.
... of my usual saftey razor, to prevent infections from the bad water there. Taking a water bottle and Steripen water filter (courtesy of Erin). Got a new ipod touch instead of my old iphone and a new ruggedized waterproof digital camera. Got ATM cards taped to the inside of both my day pack, main pack and I will be carrying one.
My flight from Santa Rosa to Mexico City via Los Angeles begins at 6am tomorrow morning. I feel nervous but ready!
... I got the travel trailer livable while Dave attacked the inside of Big Pink started the rebuild. AAAaaack. There was SO much more to do than we ever imagined, which, of course was a good thing, or we never would have started the project!
The next door neighbor has some unfortunate junk on his property, so I decided a fence would be a nice touch. My parents made a trip down to see the new digs and my Pa brought some fencing posts. With the help of Dave & my ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed