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... Thomas and his friend back to Thomas's student house which we would be staying at for the next few evenings, a journey littered with belching and toilet humour, just a small preview of what was in store at a college house with 8 guys living there :)
When we arrived the partying was well under away, with one fridge dedicated to a huge keg and nothing else, and the stench of weed, alcohol and boy was rife. California, eh?
Not only did we ...
... to the reviews is a very quaint combination lodging accommodation and American restaurant, with a gift shop, mill shop and various other outlets on site. The hotel is classed as a "Boutique Hotel" but looks very Laura Ashley type in style and typically American homestead. We arrive about 1.30 and get into our room immediately which is nice as the journey up was very, very hot. The hotel is exactly as we imagined, all very floral ...
... goodbye to margarita
very happily. We then drove 58 which is the road from hell lol. Very curvy all
the way to Bakersfield. We were both
really sick from it. We stopped and filled up with gas and heated up some
leftover chicken spaghetti and a piece of pie from gizdich ranch! We planned on
driving all the way to death valley but stopped about an hour out and slept
around 1130. ...
... trails, tight cave crawls. Also, no camping, unless you are back packing. So, the North West entrance is a dead end, meaning you go back the way you came. All that being said, it looks cool. Sorry Sadie.
Right outside Pinnacles is Soledad, which is not much of a town, but I think they have a prison, in case you are visiting. The long Central Valley again is a vegetarian nirvana. Definitely ...
... size about 20 more room about 10 foot around has all of them connected with a tunnel/hall system. Puts in a underground courtyard. Digs a underground tunnel entrance for cars. All of this stuff is on a 5 acre piece of his property. He ends up living down in these rooms until he dies at the age of 67. 70 acres after his death is sold off by the family and the tunnels and other digging in it goes undocumented so no one ...