San Francisco, California
July 13, 2001
The best part of staying at the Inn was the breakfast. We ate breakfast on the porch every day, where we were served items such as home made apple waffles or muffins, baked pears. It was really nice to sit there on the porch and sip your coffee, while listening to a little league baseball game. The porch has a nice view of the field across the street. The Innkeepers were so friendly as well. You really felt at home. Right down to one of the proprietors washing dishes by hand in the kitchen, while talking to another guest. In the parlor at night, cookies or brownies and sherry were put out to enjoy. We took a look around the property and all of the buildings looked nice. There are no phones in the rooms. The phone was in a closet, outside, if you needed to make a call.
From journal Anniversary in Mendocino