Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... on the tram back and since the machine to take money was broken it was free. The lady driving it was hilarious shouting at some German tourists “Its free! Do you people not understand the concept of free?”
I went into the NFL shop and picked up a couple of snapback hats, one Stanford, a local university and the other was Notre Dame Irish. I next waited for the ferry back and a large Texan lady got chatting to me. She was a good laugh ...
... 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!
... expensive upgrade they tried to sell us for 2 hours, (these are always free anywhere else), the one way fee that tripled from $100 to $300, the first car that wouldn't move because of a stuck handbrake and finally the replacement car with nearly bald tyres. Oh yes, and they have billed our credit card twice! Maybe we need to sell the car on the black market to recoup costs.
Anyway, on ...
... with a huge pool, store, petting zoo and jump pillow. Clay and Morgan enjoyed jumping on the jump pillow – or rather making each other fall off.
I can’t quite get used to the temperature variances. We left the pool at 6pm in bathing suits and went to ride bikes at 7:30 in jeans and a jacket! No wonder I can’t get rid of this cold! The really good news though is that it gets dark here! YES!! We actually get tired at ...
... the book on Surrealism that I picked up while visiting the Vancouver Art Museum's Surrealist exhibit. I am fascinated by Man Ray's photographic portrayal of dream states through his photo method. I arranged a tutorial with photojournalist Ed Crosby to help me with alternative lighting methods which might be used while on my travel.
Erik will be the perfect travel partner as well. He is very familiar with Paris and will serve as a great guide. He ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed