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... selection of Delftware both old and new. Everyone exited with a small package, of course, Found a corner pub serving a pilsner on tap and opted for a cheeseburger with chili mayonnaise - yum. Tomorrow we board the SS Magnifique - our floating home for the next 7 nights, The weather forecast is not favorable for bike riding, with thunderstorms predicted for a few days. We all have books and they have a full bar on board. 9/14 We are on board and settled in ...
... 3ft off the ground, no problem. Out next task was to cross a short suspension bridge to our first zip line. Now the nerves kicked in. I managed to make it across the bridge to the tree and seriously considered turning back and waiting for Keith back at the car, but it was going to be a case of face your fear and do it anyway.
I clung to my safety lines and the tree as I watched others fly down the zip line in ...
... and you're at the beach, so convenient! It was really fun to go to Santa Cruz again with Robert, I had been there before but I never got to see the real side of this interesting little beach town. We went to a place called 99 Bottles for lunch, it's a restaurant/bar that has a huge variety of worldwide draft beers. You get a card the first time you go there and then they mark off each beer you try, once you've had all 99 beers you get your name put up on the 99 Bottles ...
... it's said he started to work on his Treasure Island while he was here. There was a lot of Stevenson memorabilia here - family photos, letters and his death mask. The house is now the property of Monterey State Parks so we were able to visit. We also saw the oldest government building in California where the American flag was raised in 1846 to lay claim to 600,000 square miles of Pacific coastline and ...
... this part of the trip, it was more like throwing darts at the map to see what smaller towns we can stay in, and what we wanted to see. We had obviously received some advice and recommendations from a few people who had gone before us, but as with life, everyone needs to touch the hot plate themselves and make their own decisions. So the first destination we decided to pick was Santa Cruz. Early start for us in San Fran to get to the Avis on time. The exciting part ...
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