Dancing Coyote Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wasn't classy enough….Prince Charles had visited back in the day…check out the picture (of a picture). We headed back to our site, played a little gin rummy and got attacked by a giant wind storm which snapped a leg on our pop up tent…..wah waaah. So…campsite-1…The Haapalas-0. No worries, we have another tent, but the ease of a pop-up tent when camping is glorious. On to our next ...
... streak of 3 games but the score still stands with me trailing (Erin 324 - Dave 248).
McConnell was OK but very basic and we seemed to hit some sort of Spanish-american bank holiday so we were soothed to sleep with a lot of very loud Hispanic music from the sound systems of several surrounding pick up trucks. A burly state park ranger turned up a few times to hush things down and kick off people with no passes. Jet lag kicking in again we stopped hearing it and zonked ...
... at the opposite point to where we needed to be. We fell right into that trap for young players by entering the stadium at the first gate off the wharf. Ignoring the temptation to purchase a machete we dodged & weaved the other 41,200 fans walking in the opposite direction as we made our way to our Club Level Outfield seats in block 229. The effort was well worth it with our seats in prime position overlooking the outfield. The Virgin ...
... Mt. Tamalpais proper was. I did a U turn on the side of the cliff and we headed back up. Anne stopped for a few pictures at some scenic views. After a while we all decided that we had gotten some great views anyway, so we didn't need to plant a flag anywhere.
We took the Muir Woods roads northwest to Stinson Beach, zooming and bending down the way. When we got back to Highway 1 we got a great view of the beach, but as our party was tired and one of us was ...
... or even walk from Fort Point to the Fishermen’s Wharf area.
Fort Point and after last night's magnificent view looking back over the city, this was our first daylight look at this magnificent feat of engineering that took ...