West Sonoma Inn & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews West Sonoma Inn & Spa Guerneville
Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... purchased our bottle of Korbel made with organic grapes to celebrate and wandered back to the campground.
The day was hazy and cloudy, but we were just 17 miles from the coast and decided to check out Goat Rock Beach after the man at Potter Creek Winery highly recommended it. The drive was lovely, through more vineyards and small towns. We came out to the ocean and immediately saw harbor seals popping up all over to say hello. ...
... Leila's Dad and Annette McMorrow Whiteley, Simon's Mom. They exchanged beautifully crafted vows before a nattily dressed crowd, under sunny skies and temps in the 80s. Toasts were made, glasses were clinked and everyone relaxed into the moment. The dinner was delicious and après a long line of revellers snaked its way down the street a few blocks to the River Theatre, a fabulous venue for dancing all night long to a 6 piece rock band complete with a horn ...
... and the bay, many elevation changes, redwood and sycamore trees and fog. Lots of fog. The guys in the pro shop said the fog may or may not burn off. It did for a short time, then came back again. Even though it was cold and windy, we had a really fun time playing golf there.
When we left the golf course, we headed to Lombard Street, the crookedest (is that a word?) street in the US. Great views of the city and bay. Fun driving down it but I sure wouldn't want to live ...
... left after 20 minutes or so. We headed on the freeway where Kevin took some sneaky shortcuts up the slip lane over the bridge, skipping about 50 cars, a clever idea! We had a good chat about all sorts of things, including his 2 year old, my trip etc. Kevin is a great guy. Kevin took the scenic route to Chris’ office as the traffic on the freeway was insanely busy. When we arrived I gave Chris a call and he came out and met us. Chris then gave me a tour ...
... to win the 'World' series (actually not so much the world as the US, we are forced to remind one or two guys) and every bar and restaurant has multiple screens showing the action; all around us fans are shouting arcane instructions to the deaf ears of the players.
Next stop Lake Tahoe, where we slowly climb two miles above sea level with our ears popping and our eyes out on stalks at wonderful mountain views. We are surprised to see a little snow on the ground and have to stop ...