Serenity Tea House Inn

Address: 740 Park Street, Paso Robles, California, 93446, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 740 Park Street, Paso Robles, is near Wine Wrangler, The Grapeline Paso Robles, Castoro Cellars, and Mitchella Vineyard & Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Paso Robles

    Help, I've fallen behind and I can't catch up!

    A travel blog entry by lisarturner on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... There was a Target in the same location so we dashed in - I wanted to buy a sun umbrella for use at the wedding. As it turns out, I bought both a sun umbrella and a straw hat, a kind of dressy one, to wear in the sun. They don't seem to know what clouds are up here - if there's no shade trees where you are, you have to provide your own shade.

    On the way back to the hotel we noticed signs in the town advertising the annual Lavender Festival, ...

    A Visitor, Some Elephants and a Castle

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 17, 2014

    52 photos

    ... and once held an entire zoo of animals. We didn't see them until driving past the estate the next day, but we did catch a glimpse of the zebras that still roam the Hearst land, one of the few remaining zoo animals.After the castle, we had a quick lunch and beer at the Scamp before heading over to Paso Robles. The drive was a gorgeous one that led us through countless wineries. I was outnumbered two to one on the winery front, so we headed to ...

    Thirst for Hearst

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Oct 09, 2013

    8 photos

    ... the film about the building of this magical place. It took 27 years to build, mainly thanks to WRH changing his mind. We stopped off at a nearby viewing place to watch the elephant seals on the beach. Hundreds of them dozed and lazed on the sand, occasionally flicking sand over themselves. Were they dreaming or keeping themselves cool. A couple of bull seals were having a stand-off by the shoreline. With time to kill I turned off the road ...

    Bitter Sweet Symphony

    A travel blog entry by bobbette on Jul 14, 2013

    12 photos

    ... on our heads, the wind howling past our ears and tussling our hair into big knots, but never fear we were determined to ride it out! Plus our good old faithful FBI hats were to the rescue on the hair flying front! Once on the coastline we followed the highway down through a forest and in towards Carmel. Before reaching Carmel we felt the sudden change in temperature when transitioning from driving past the open fields to a large pine plantation. Prior to ...

    Highway 1, a great road

    A travel blog entry by sueandlaz on May 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... superb vistas of sea, cliffs, rocky island and the occasional seal colony. Lunch is at Ragged Point. We think we are stopping at a normal road stop, but find ourselves in a beautiful garden setting with food to match and humming birds to boot.

    At Pismo Beach, I escape to explore the wines of Edna Valley, every bit like Australian wine regions. The evening is spent capturing ...