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Woke up at the Bluebird Inn after a questionable night's sleep but cheered on finding breakfast cake and coffee in the motel lobby. Booked on the 9:10 tour of Hearst Castle. The deal is you park the car and ride up on a trolley bus where the "tour" starts with an announcement which is perhaps a little overdone but the beautiful views and drama of it all make it worthwhile. Having never really heard of William R Hearst or any of the history surrounding his house I was thinking this pales ...
... and I worry less about my possessions or wealth or status. Traveling helps me remember that I can get along with very little and that I don’t need much to be happy and satisfied. I don’t have to be a conspicuous consumer and I don’t need another pair of shoes.
By traveling I understand in a much deeper way the geography of our planet. Traveling through Israel made me understand what a small, fragile nation it is and ...
I had kidney failure and with chemo treatment, I'm not allowed to be with any crowd with the exception with a doctor's okay. If I wish to fly, I need the doctor's okay with a 48 hour report to the airline before the scheduled flight. A bummer!
My love of travel is now at a standstill and I hate it!
... favourite bar/restaurants for margaritas and watching the sea life - otters and sea lions. We had a very jolly time but it became obvious that the margaritas had little of no alcohol in them. Ah well, they didn't cost much. We did see an otter so all is right in the world. Then kicked on to the Chart House for more drinks that we didn't need. The first game of the World Series baseball (best of 7) was on and the San Francisco Giants had an easy ...
... and Hump Back whales along the coast line. Cathy, finally deciding to be brave enough to hand over the driving reins to Carolyn, saw her sitting on the edge of her seat, reminding Carolyn which side of the road she should be driving on! A stop at Nepenthe, Big Sur and Carmel gave Carolyn plenty of turning experience before finally arriving at Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey. With still no where to stay the night, having previously being ...