We have put together a list of suggested accommodations as well as maps of San Francisco and Gualala to orient yourself. Registrants will be provided with a large, detailed map that will serve as a souvenir of the event.
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The Stone Foundation has not designated a hotel for the events in the San Francisco. There are numerous hotels in the proximity of event locations. Below is a list of affordable options.
We also recommend attendees use sites like Kayak.com to search for good deals on accommodation, flights, and car rental. We recommend flights into SFO or OAK-international.
The Geary Parkway Motel
For anyone interested in walking or being close. It lies midway between the Marina District and the Golden Gate Park (site of Saturdays lecture series)
Rooms $100-$110 plus tax
Presidio Inn Motel
Great Highway Inn
Stanyan Park Hotel
The Stanyan Park Hotel is affordable, elegantly restored turn of the century award-winning hotel located just across from San Francisco's famous Golden Gate Park and were on the National Historic Registry. Rooms start around$200.
There are hostels throughout the city, check here for a full list.
Gualala, on the Mendocino Coast
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There are several hotels on the beachfront in Gualala, but most are unwilling to give a group discount until we can guarantee a headcount. As more people sign up for the event, we hope to offer more discounted hotel rooms in Gualala for the Symposium and the duration of all following workshops.
Gualala Country Inn - $75/night for Symposium attendees, $85 for ocean view – closest hotel to the Gualala Arts Center (gualalaarts.org) - 20 rooms, book while you can.
Other recommendations are:
The Surf Motel / surfinngualala.com
The Breakers Inn / breakersinn.com
The Gualala Hotel / gualalahotel.net
Gualala Point Regional Park offers beautiful camping along the Pacific Coast with inland campsites also. However, camping is weather dependent and coastal California in January can be brisk. http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Get_Outdoors/Parks/Gualala_Point_Regional_Park.aspx
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