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... chat. The other guy just kept on cycling. As we continued on, we started to see more surfer cars line the roadsides and masses of pelicans flew above us and at the top of one hill, alongside us. With the ying comes the yang and the joy of of the ride was brought abruptly to a halt with another slow puncture for Steve. Thankfully the motel was dodgy enough that we didn't feel bad about doing a bit of bike maintenance in the room and ...
... a Irish Pub,
Made it back by 10 and sacked out for the night.
Got up this morning and ate breakfast, took a shower, had a light lunch and then it was back to santa Cruz to get onto the internet.
Heading out tomorrow for Santa Barbara and then onto LA/Orange County to hopefully hook up with Al and Alma and Rick and Lynn.
We went to Pebble Beach for lunch and enjoyed our meal overlooking the 18th green. No, we didn’t golf this course - just in case you were wondering….green fees are $495, and that does include a cart! Haha! We ate at the Bench restaurant and then did some shopping in the pro shop.
Next on the agenda was to embark on the 17 mile drive. This scenic road is within the Pebble Beach area and has some great views along the ...
... are at the top and also if you walk behind it… this is one great place.
Ok – we did not came here for shopping, since we don’t own the appropriate visa card for those luxury stores, but it’s a cool place to walk between the old downtown area of San Francisco: but right in the middle is the Square – the perfect place for a coffee and to enjoy ...
And the final highlight of this stretch, arriving in San Francisco on Halloween. Climbing the steep, steep hill from Sausilito was more than mitigated by travelling triumphantly into the city via the Golden Gate bridge. Claud, pannier laden, weaving in and out of the tourist bikes and pedestrian traffic. Being a city known for embracing the unusual, diverse and decadent it was also the perfect place to spend a day or two relaxing and ...
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