The museum and grounds were very interesting, and the people were very nice. You would enjoy it if you like this sort of thing.
A little known Gem in Ukiah Valley 2 hours north a San Francisco. 1. Great Vegan Restaurant 2. Many affordable 7 day and longer retreats. 3. Buddhist bookstore with books in English, Chinese and Vietnamese. 4. Weekly or bi-weekly community evening lectures. 5. Very committed nuns, monks and lay people. Check out website for more info.
If your looking to relax and enjoy some great tasting food, this is the place for you. From the old buildings to the Peacocks the roam freely, you will enjoy what the City has to offer. If you want to feel the experience, I suggest you take a walk through the Temple.
Walking into the City of Ten Thousand Buddha's with a camera, is similar to a three year old walking into a candy store without parents. Free and Amazing. Give yourself some time to really mosey through the property and absorb a world unlike your own. You can walk anywhere, and the residents are very friendly as well as all the... More
On the grounds is a wonderful temple and many charming plantings and wandering peacocks. In the little modest but charming restaurant the food is so fragrant and fresh you will never miss not having meat. I suggest the eggplant and basil dish as well as the seaweed wrap and so many other wonderful choices. Very reasonable and yummy. Now if... More
We would encourage you eat at their restaurant. Delicious food. Vegetarian cuisine. Gracious people.
I was really excited to visit this place, as it sounded really unique and interesting. I felt weird being there, like I was intruding, because it's like visiting someone's neighborhood. We stayed for about 20 minutes to see the bookstore, temple, and peacocks.
Come see another "world". Site is classical asian teaching facility for monks, male and female followers of the Dali Lama. The resturant on site is small, has wonderfully prepared vegetarian food. However, be early, at 11:30 for easiest seating. Wait staff helpful explaining food items.
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