(Closed) Good place for a mini-moon near SF if you’re not mobile?

posted 8 years ago in San Francisco Bay Area
Post # 3
2208 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Gosh, that’s actually kind of hard.

Wine tasting seems like the most obvious to me, but you really can only do that for a day or two.

You could head up to Tahoe and sit on the beach there. Its warming up so it should be really nice. And you don’t need to walk much in a casino, if that is your thing. I’m not much of a gambler, but I am really social, so $100 at the roulette table is a lot of fun (very social and easy gambling activity).

If you don’t mind driving around an area, you could explore all of the little Sierra foothills towns, too. The Auburn/Grass Valley/Nevada City area is nice, for example. Add Placerville in the south as well. Then spend a day on the beach at Tahoe. Could be really nice.

Post # 4
1046 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Maybe Carmel and Monterey? I would stay in one of the cute B&Bs or tiny hotels. The town is very small so it wouldn’t require much walking to look in the shops or enjoy relaxing things like a pool or spa at your hotel. You could drive down to the ocean. In Monterey, you could go to the aquarium and again, small town so not much walking but neat things to look at. There are also wineries in the Carmel Valley that you could check out.

Post # 5
360 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Im partial to Healdsburg, but then again I grew up there. Its got a fantastic town square with shops, restaurants and tasting rooms on every side. It has great little parks and its a nice town. Very tourist friendly, so not too much walking would be needed…although the side streets off the square are just as great to explore if you feel up to it.

Post # 7
44 posts
  • Wedding: May 2011

I just came back from Mendocino and loved it. We just sat on our porch that overlooked the water at Little River Inn and just relaxed.

Post # 8
49 posts
  • Wedding: April 2010

Let us know where you went ultimately. 🙂

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