I cannot believe that it is already June; this year is flying by! Anyways, hopefully everyone is well and loving life!
I don't know about you, but I am taking full advantage of this sunny weather, which has allowed me to finally plant a garden! I have been working on getting our yard fixed up, and it has been amazingly wonderful/dangerous living so close to Sonoma Mission Gardens. It truly is my happy place! They had so many tomato varieties to offer that I ended up coming home with five or six tomato plants, so I see a lot of pasta sauce and Caprese salads in my future. Not to mention all of the lemon cucumber plants I got for pickles!
Bodega Coast Inn & Suites
We stayed at the Bodega Coast Inn & Suites, which we had never stayed at before, and we loved it. If you have been to Bodega Bay, guaranteed you have passed this inn, and not just because there is only one main road through Bodega, but because it is the hotel with the shrubs shaped into objects along the highway. The front desk clerk was very friendly and welcoming, and made sure we had everything we needed. We were very pleased with how spacious and clean our room was, plus we had a killer view of the ocean. We spent a lot of time just chilling on the little patio, sipping sparkling wine. Some perks were the complimentary continental breakfast (waffles, cereal, bagels, etc.), a giant hot tub in the garden, wireless internet access, and we found out it is pet friendly.
In the past we have stayed at the Bodega Bay Lodge, and the Bodega Harbor Inn , which I have written about previously (if you click the links, it will take you to the blog posts). I found that the Bodega Coast Inn & Suites was somewhat of an in-between on price point and comfort. I love both of the other places, however the Bodega Bay Lodge was a little out of our budget and the Bodega Harbor Inn was completely booked. If you are looking for a place to stay, I would highly recommend all three, it just depends on your personal preference and finances.